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'native of Pennsylvania, buf a West Virginian by adoption, Herbert C. Greer has played a large and 
distinguished part in the life of the state, since he first came here in 1906. 

Born unto a family prominently identified with the Steel Industry in Western Pennsylvania, Mr. Greer prepared him- 
self to carry on the family tradition. Following his graduation from Kiskimmetas Springs School in 1895, he entered 
Massachusetts institute of Technology and received its degree of Bachelor of Science in 1899, at the age of twenty- 
one. He immediately entered the Steel Industry and was successively with the Sharon Steel Company, The Tennessee 
Coal, Iron and Steel Company, the LaBelle Iron Works and in 1912, became president of the Reeves Steel and Manu- 
facturing Company at Dover, Ohio. 

Soon after the turn of the century, Mr. Greer became interested in the mineral resources of northern West Virginia 
and established the Preston County Coke Company, in the Deckers Creek Valley, near Masontown. Steadily expand- 
ing these interests, in 1911, he established the Preston County Light and Power Company and in 1914, the Greer 
Limestone Company. 

In 1917, he founded the Greer Steel Company and built a large plant at Dover, Ohio, and In 1936, built another 
plant at Anderson, Indiana. These two steel plants are now contributing to the new war effort of the United States. 

In November, 1923, Mr. Greer became a newspaper publisher, with the purchase of the "Morgantown Post," his 
publishing of the "Dominion-News" at Morgantown and of weekly newspapers at Mannington, Martinsburg, Grafton, 
and New Martinsville, West Virginia. 

In 1940, Mr. Greer established the first Radio Station in Morgantown, being Station W. A. J. R., which not only 
serves Morgantown, but a large section of northern West Virginia. 

Although never a candidate for public office, Mr. Greer has been prominently identified with the Republican party 
for many years. He served as chairman of the West Virginia State Republican Advisory Committee; has been a dele- 
gate to many Republican conventions and was their candidate for elector-at-large in 1932 and 1936. He has declined 
several offers of appointment to public office, including appointment to the chairmanship of the U. S. Civil Service 
Commission, tendered to him by President Hoover. 

The only appointment accepted by Mr. Greer was as a member of the West Virginia University Board of Gover- 
nors in 1940, a position which he accepted because of his long and active interest in the University. 

He is a member of the Methodist Church and the Masonic Order. His social clubs are the Duquesne and Longue Vue 
at Pittsburgh; the Everglades, Bath and Tennis, Palm Beach Country, and Sailfish Club of Florida, at Palm Beach, 
Florida, and the Gibson Island Yacht Club at Gibson Island, Maryland. He Is an honorary member of The Mountain, 
Scabbard and Blade, and Sigma Gamma Epsilon. 

As a developer of the natural resources of West Virginia, a manufacturer, a publisher, a public-minded citizen, and a 
proven friend of the University, Mr. Greer has won a responsible and respected position in this state, which "The Mon- 
ticola" is happy to recognize by dedicating this issue to him. 



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PRESIDENT CHARLES E. LAWALL 



This 1942 issue of the "Monticola" is unusually 
symbolic because it marks the seventy-fifth anni- 
versary of the University. The University was 
founded in 1867 as the West Virginia Agricul- 
tural College and then, in 1868, became West 
Virginia University. The "Monticola" portrays 
the events that have taken place during the year 
and will recall to your minds throughout the years 
many happy memories of your University days. 

I wish to commend the editors of the 1942 
"Monticola" for the excellent way in which they 
have presented this publication. They have com- 
memorated the graduating class through this 
issue in a splendid way and I know that all mem- 
bers of the class will treasure their volumes and 



refer to them frequently in the years to come. 

To the seniors who are being graduated this 
year and are leaving the campus during these 
critical days may I say that I am sure all of you 
will acquit yourselves as good citizens and will 
serve your country to the best of your ability. 
Already many of your colleagues have answered 
the call to duty and have brought glory to their 
country and their alma mater. 

To all of you I extend my very best wishes with 
the sincere hope that you will always maintain an 
active Interest in the University and its progress. 

Very cordially yours, 
C. E. LAWALL. 



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The West Virginia University Board of Gover- 
nors is a bi-partisan board appointed for four- 
year terms by the governor of the State of West 
Virginia. Its official capacity is that of forming 
policy for the University. 



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GOVERNOR M. M. NEELY 



BOARD OF GOVERNORS 



ARTHUR BURKE KOONTZ 



President 



JOHN DEMPSEY HOBLITZELL. JR Vice-President 



CHARLES THOMPSON NEFF. JR. . . . . Secretary 



HARRIET LOUISE FRENCH 



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Firsf Row 

LOLA DAVIS PLUMMER Charleston 

A.B. at the University of Tennessee: Certificate in 
Social Work at West Virginia University. 

JOHN GRANT HACKNEY Charleston 

A.B.; President of the Student Body; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Fi Batar Cappar; Host, Greater West Virginia Week; 
Mountaineer Week Team; Freshman Guide; Phi Delta 
Phi; Sphinx; Mountain; Homecoming Committee; In- 
terfratornlty Council; Eight Ball; Spiked Shoe; Track 
Manager; Delta Nu Tau; Chi Sigma Delta; Band; Phi 
Delta Theta. 

PHYLLIS JANE HUNTER Berkeley Springs 

B M. in Music. 

HENRY SCOTT MULLENS Wayne 

A.B.; B.S. in Medicine. 

HELEN WOODDELL SHEETS Washington, D. C 

B.S. at Mississippi State College for Women; M.S. in 

Physical Education; Assistant in Physical Education 

Department. 

BERNARD JOHNSON FOSTER Grafton 

A B. at West Liberty College; Social Work Certificate. 

MARY JEANNE BURKE Clarksburg 

A.B. at Fairmont State Teachers College; M.S. in 

Home Economics, 

CLEMENT RALPH BASSETT , Welch 

A B.; Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Nu Tau; 

Orchestra; Y, M. C. A.; Le Cercle Francais; McDow- 
ell Club 

Socond .^ow 

FRANCIS WILLIAM HANK Morganlown 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering. 

ELIZABETH CHADWICK Huntington 

A.B. at Marshall Coilege; Certificate in Social Work. 

GEORGE MORGAN ECKLEY. JR Beckley 

A.B : B.S in Medicine; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi. 

VIRGINIA MAE NEAL Cliaridlon 

B.S. dt Morris Harvey College; M.A. in Education. 

EDWIN WILLIAM CROOKS, JR. Parkersburg 

M.A.; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa; Scabbard and 

Blade; Rowan Rifles; Band Officer; La Tertulia; Chi 

Sigma Delta. 

HELEN SMITH MOORE Athens 

A.B ; Certificate of Social Adminiitration. 



ROY H. JONES, JR Charleston 

A.B. at University of New Mexico; Certificate in 
Social Work. 

GENEVIEVE MILLS Eliiabeth 

A.B,; Certificate in Social Work. 

Third Row 

JOHN ALLEN SPANGLER Morgantown 

A.B,; PhD.; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Lambda Upsilon; 

Sigma PI Sigma; Tennis Team 

RALPH HOGSHEAD, JR Montgomery 

A.B.: B.S. In Medicine; Orchestra; Band; Advanced 

R, O. T. C; Reserve Officers Association; Phi Chi; 

C. A. A. 

Fourth Row 

WILLIAM ANTHONY DAVIS Sisterville 

A.B.; Certificate in Social Work. 

AARON ROSE Morgantown 

M.A.; Pi Lambda Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Lambda Upsi- 
lon; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Cal- 
cium Ch'oride Association Research Fellow. 

Fifth Row 

L. BURKE ONEAL Montgomery 

A.B.; Phi Sigma Kappa. 

WILLIAM ROBERT CARR Princeton 

A.B : LL.B.; Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Alpha Delta; Glee 
Club. 

Sixth Row 

WILLIAM TREVEY NUHER Fairmont 

A B.; LL B.; Phi Kappa Psi; Mountain; Fi Batar Cap- 
par; Band; Inlerfraternity Council; Phi Delta Phi; 
Delta Nu Tau; Editor of 193? "Monticola." 

GEORGE MERLE AMOS Fairmont 

A.B.; Delta Tau Delta. 

Seventh Row 

CHARLES FRANCIS PRINTZ Ranion 

A.B. at Shepherd State Teachers College; M.A.; Jour- 
nalism Club; Alpha Pii Omega; Phi Sigma Kappa; 
Forum. 

RICHARD H WHITE Keyser 

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First Row 

RICHARD TABLER FELLER Martinsburq 

B.S. in Civil Engineering: Kappa Alpha; Assistant 
Director of R. O. T. C. Band; Kappa Kappa Psi; 
American Society of Civil Engineers: West Virginia 
Band Association: Eight Ball: Homecoming Com- 
mittee: Commanding Drum Major of R. O. T. C. 
Band. 

WANETA JOYCE PICKENS Morgantown 

A.B., in Art: Orchesis. 

Second Row 

ROBERT DeV»ITT PECK Cannelton 

A.B. in Pre-Medicine; Sigma Chi. 

EVELYN K/tARIE HILL Morgantovin 

B,S. in Home Economics: W. R. A.: Orchesis: Y. W. 
C. A. 

Third Row 

BETTY MARTIN GODBEY Charleston 

B.S. in Education: Chi Omega: Y. W. C. A.; Lc 
Cercle Francais: W. R, A. 

JOSEPH WOODROV/ RALPH ALFRED . Clarksburg 
B.S. in Forestry. 

Fourth Row 

RICHARD JEFFERS PAYNE Charleston 

A.B. in Chemistry. 

JIMMIE BETH MORRISON Webster Springs 

A.B. in Sociology: Delta Gamma; W. R. A.: Y. W. 
C. A.: Orchesis: Sociology Club. 



Fifth Row 

FRANCES LOUISE STOTLER Fairmont 

BS in Journalism: Pi Beta Phi: W. R. A. Council: 
Orchesis: Y. W. C. A.: Matrix: A. W. 5. 

MARK SIGLER GROVE Martinsburg 

B.S. in Business Administration: Kappa Alpha: Eight 
Ball; Press Club; Journaliers. 

Sixth Row 

THOBURN ELWOOD CASSADY Petersburg 

B.M. in Music. 

EMILY EBERSBERGER Morgantown 

A.B. in Sociology and Public Welfare: La Tertulia: 
Sociology Club; Newman Club; Forum. 

Seventh Row 

KATHERINE KESSEL Charleston 

B.S. in Journalism: Chi Omega; Matrix; Press Club; 
W. R. A. 

GEORGE ALEXANDER CURRY , White Sulphur Springs 
A.B. in Pre-Medicine. 

Eighth Row 

GALE CARSON BLAND Blandville 

B.S. in Agriculture: Ag Club; 4-H Club. 

LUCILE CURREY Sandyville 

B.S. in Home Economics; Kappa Delta Pi; Home 
Economics Club. 

Ninth Row 

ROBERT HUGH SHIREY Union 

B.S. in Pharmacy. 

ELMER DODSON Charleston 

A.B. in Pre-Law; Beta Theta Pi. 




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CHARLES DARREL WELCH Albright 

B.S. In Agriculture; Alpha Zeta; Phi Epsilon Phi. 

AVALON LOUISE LINGAMFELTER . North Mountain 

B.S. In Home Economics; Transferred from Shepherd 
State Teachers College. 

JOHN FRANKLIN SCARLETT Martinsburg 

A.B. In Pre-Medicine; Kappa Alpha; Eight Ball. 

ALBERT RICHARD GRECO Fairmont 

A.B. in Music; Orchestra; II CIrcolo Itallano. 

ALICE REBECCA CREEL Morgantown 

B.S. In Physical Education; Physical Education Club; 
W. R. A.; Y. W. C. A. 

GEORGE KEITH GORRELL Clarksburg 

A.B. In Pre-Medlclne; Beta Theta Pi. 

JAMES FRANCIS WRIGHT KIngwood 

A.B. In Economics; Advanced R. O. T. C; Newman 
Club; Rowan Rifles. 

WILLIAM JAMES JENNINGS Williamson 

B.S. in Physical Education; Varsity Football; Tau 

Kappa Epsilon; Student member of Athletic Board; 

Activities Supervisor of Intramural Sports. 

CHRISTINE McMILLEN Morgantown 

A.B. in Art; Phi Beta Kappa; Orchesis; Y. W. C. A ; 

Rhododendron; Kappa Delta Pi; Mortar Board; 

Freshman Guide; Glee Club. 



Second Row 

MARTHA ELMA WELCH Albright 

B.S in Home Economics. 

EDWIN JULIAN KAMONS Parkersburg 

A.B. in Geology; Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Classical 
Club; Forum; Geology Club. 

ROBERT W. CRANSTON. JR. . Mt. Lebanon, Pa. 
A.B, In Pre-Medicine; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sphinx. 

PAUL STERLING DEEM Wheeling 

B.S. in Business Administration; Tau Kappa Epsilon; 
Kappa Kappa Psi; Sphinx; Band; Men's Glee Club; 
Sigma Delta Theta; University Mixed Chorus; Moun- 
taineer Male Quartet; Wesley Foundation. 

ALBERT DAVNE Newark. N. J. 

A.B. In Pre-Medlclne; Phi Sigma Delta. 

MARJORIE GARLOW Morgantown 

A.B. in Speech; Alpha Psi Omega; Chi Omega; 
Y. W. C. A.; Speech Club. 

ROBERT LAWRENCE HARTLEY Morgantown 

Agriculture. 

MAJ^RET ANNE^EAGEN Wheeling 

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'C. A.; Phy^al Education Club; Mortar 
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RANDOLPH EDWARD SWISHER . . , Morgantown 

A B. in Economics and Business; Advanced R. O. 
T. C. 

MARGARET STACKS Welch 

A.B. in English; English Club; Y. W. C. A.; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Le Cercle Francaia. 

CARROLL THOMAS LAY Charleston 

A.B.. in Political Science. 

WILLIAM HERRON BAMBRICK Welrton 

B.S. in Journalism; Y. M. C. A.; Journaliers; Sphinx; 

Press Club; Mountaineer Week Team; Editor-in-Chief 

of "Daily Athenaeum;" Freshman Debate Team. 

JAMES EDWARD WALKER Spencer 

B.S. in Agriculture; Phi Kappa Tau. 

DORIS ELAINE THOMAS Keyset 

B.S. in Physical Education; Eta Upsilon Gamma; 
Sigma Phi Omega; Physical Education Club; Trans- 
ferred from Potomac State College. 

BENJAMIN VANCE BLAGG, II . . South Charleston 

A.B. in History; Kappa Alpha; Alpha Epiilon Alpha; 
Band; Glee Club; Transferred from Marshall College. 

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Second Row 

JAMES AUGUSTUS MARSTILLER EUins 

LL.B. In Law; Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Delta Phi; Fresh- 
man Boxing. 

WILLIAM S. ENGLE Brucefon Mills 

A.B. in Chemistry; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Sigma Phi 
Omega; Transferred from Potomac State College. 

KATHLEEN YOUNG Clover Lick 

B.S. In Commerce. 

HARRY CLIFFORD FOSTER. JR Hinton 

A.B. in Pre- Medicine; Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Sigma 
Alpha. 

JAY JUNIOR BRAND Morgantown 

B.S. In Mechanical Engineering; American Society 

of Mechanical Engineers; West Virginia Society of 

Professional Engineers. 

CHARLES EDWARD GREENE Weston 

A.B. in Economics and Business; Phi Sigma Kappa; 
Phi Sigma Alpha. 

SHIRLEY RUBENSTEiN Thomas 

A.B. in Speech; Alpha Psi Omega; Y. W. C. A. 

HERSCHEL ERWIN COHEN Clarksburg 

B.M. In Music. 

WALTER LAMM AMMON Wheeling 

A.B. in Geology: Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Gamma 

EDjilon^Delta Phi Alpha; Phi Epsilon Phi; Forum; 

Geology Club; German Club. 



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First Row 

BARBARA G. WALKER McKaesport, Pa. 

B.S. in Home Economics; Home Economics Club; 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Westminster Club; Glee Club; 

A Cdpelld Choir. 



ROGER D. GRIFFITH BecMey 

B.S. in Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil; Eta Chi Phi. 



Second Row 



EUGENE KINCAID Parkersburg 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma 
Epsilon; Phi Lambda Upsilon. 



MARY LOU BULLARD Wheeling 

A.B. in History; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Li-Toon-Awa 
Rhododendron, Mortar Board; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 
Executive Council of Woman's Hall; Freshman Guide; 
Pan-Hellenic Council; W. R. A.; R. O. T. C. Sponsor; 
Homecoming Queen. 



Third Row 

RUTH ELEANOR HUGHES . . Rices Landing, Pa. 
B.S in Education. 



LAWRENCE THEODORE KONDRATICK . . Weirton 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences; Band; Glee Club; Fresh- 
man Guide. 



Fourth Row 



ELEANOR ANNE STEWART Charleston 

B.S. in Business Administration; Secretary of Senior 

Class; W. R. A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Dolphin 

Club; Y. W. C. A. 



GRETCHEN SNODERLY Fairmont 

B.S. in Physical Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma; 

Y. W. C. A.; W. R. A.; Freshman Guide; Dolphin 

Club; Orchesis; Physical Education Club. 



Fifth Row 

JOHN PACK HINDSLEY . Stephenson 

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Kappa Mu Alpha; 
Sphinx; Scabbard and Blade; Sigma Nu. 

KATY LOU WEAVER Charleston 

B.S. in Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

Sixth Row 

CHRISTINA MacDONALD Wheeling 

B.M. in Music; Orchestra; Glee Club; Circolo 
Italiano. 

CHRIS C. NICORVO South Amboy. N. J. 

B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Transferred from 

Potomac State; Freshman Football. Potomac State; 

Theta Sigma Chi; Tennis; American Institute of 

Electrical Engineers. 

Seventh Row 

FRANCES YOST HANCOCK Jenkiniones 

A.B. in Zoology; Advisory Council of Woman's 

Hall; Y. W. C. A.; Secretary of Center Unit of 

Woman's Hall. 

MARGARET ANN CURRY Grafton 

A.B. In English; President of Center Unit of Woman's 

Hall; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Freshman Guide; 

La Tertulla. 

Eighth Row 

ANNE ELIZABETH GARDMAN Charleston 

B.S. in Commerce. 

WILLIAM ALLEN BUMGARDNER Wheeling 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Society of American 
Military Engineers; Rowan RIflos. 

Ninth Row 

WILLIAM MICHAEL ZATEZALO Weirton 

A.B. In Arts and Sciences; Tau Kappa Epsilon. 

OEORGE BOWERS RICE Lumberport 

B.S. in Pharmacy; Pi Kappa Alpha. 














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HARRY RICHARD DRAPER. JR Rainelle 

B.S. in Medicine. 



MARY ELEANOR WHEAT 



Morgantown 



B.M. in Music; Alpha Xi Delta; Y. W. C. A.; W. 

R. A.; A. W. S.; Women's Glee Club; Pan-Hellenic 

Council; Li-Toon-Awa; Rhododendron; Mortar Board; 

Mixed Chorus. 



Second Row 

EDWARD LEE WADDELL. JR Clarksburg 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Scab- 
bard and Blade; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Senior Cadet 
Captain, Regimental Commander; Student Assistant, 
Chemical Engineering Department, 

JOHN KAZIK Wetrton 

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. 

Third Row 

ARMAND i-EROY COULSON Morgantown 

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. 

WILLIAM JOSEPH DOWNS Morgantown 

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, 



Fourth Row 



MAXWELL EDWARD SUTHERLAND 



Saint Albans 



B.S. In Chemical Engineering; Tau Beta PI; Trans- 
ferred from Marshal! College In 1940. 

ELIZABETH STUART ROMINE Clarksburg 

B.S. in Music; Glee Club; Mixed Chorus; A Capella 

Choir; Y. W. C. A.; A. W. S.; W, R. A.; ■'Montlcola" 

Beauty Queen. 1941. 



Fifth Row 



GEORGE LEE JUDY Fairmont 

B.S. In Mechanical Engineering; Phi Sigma Kappa; 
Kappa Mu Alpha; A. S. M. E. 



JANE DESKINS BURTNETT 



South Charleston 



A B. in English; Transferred from Coker College and 
Kanawha College. 




Sixth Row 



HAROLD DEAN BURGESS 



Helen 



B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; A. 
C. S.; A. S. C. E. 



WILLIAM HAROLD NYE Elkms 

B.S. in Electrical Engineering. 

Seventh Row 

FRIEDA LOUISE ECKERT Morgantown 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering. 

HILLIS HUDSON SISK Charleston 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Phi 
Lambda Upsilon; Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Advanced 
R. O. T. C; Society of American Military Engineers; 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers; Kappa 
Mu Alpha. 



Eighth Row 



VICTOR N. HOWARD Charleston 

B.S. In Chemical Engineering; Kappa Mu Alpha; 
Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Phi Lambda Upsilon; Amer- 
ican Institute of Chemical Engineers. 



MARCUS GEORGE COMUNTZtS 



Morgantown 



B.S. In Mechanical Engineering; Tau Beta PI; Scab- 
bard and Blade; Kappa Mu Alpha; "Who's Who;" 
Advanced R. O. T. C; Society of American Military 
Engineers. 



Ninth Row 

MITCHELL SIMON Morgantown 

B.M. In Music; Men's Glee Club. 



HELEN ELOISE NICHOLS Fairmont 

B.S. in Journalism; Li-Toon-Awa; W. R. A.; Y. W. 
C. A.; Press Club; Matrix; Freshman Guide; "Daily 



Athenaeum," News Editor. 



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CHARLES OWEN HARDMAN Spencer 

A.B. in Economics; Scabbard and Blade; Boxing 
Manager; Beta Theta Pi. 

JOHN DUNCAN McCUE Buclihannon 

A.B. in Pre-Denlal; Phi Kappa Psi; Varsity Tracli; 

Spiked Shoe; Ft Batar Cappar; Advanced R. O. 

T. C; C. A. A. 

ELAINE HENRY SHALE t^organtown 

B.S. in Home Economics; Phi Upsilon Omicron. 

ROBERT BROWNING PIERCE Morgantown 

B.S. in Pharmacy; Eta Chi Phi; Phi Kappa Psi. 

THOMAS SHERIDAN KNAPP Charleston 

A.B. in Pre-Mediclne; Sigma Chi; Treasurer of 
Sophomore Class; Sphinx; Spiked Shoe; Track Man- 
ager; Rowan Rifles. 

GEORGE REINICKER GIST Wellsburg 

B.S. in Agriculture; Alpha Zeta; F. F. A ; Ag Club. 

EMMA JANE RHODES Point Marlon, Pa. 

B.M. in Music; Women's Glee Club; Mixed Chorus. 

WILLIAM E Mcpherson Parkersburg 

B.S. in Business Administration; Delta Tau Delta; 
Scabbard and Blade; Eight Ball. 

PAUL MeNEIL ARBOGAST Elklnt 

A.B. in Educafion. 



Second Row 

SHIRLIE RUTH BROOKS Fairmont 

B.S. in Home Economics; Kappa Phi. 

JOSEPH RICHARD MALCOLM Kenova 

B.S. in Agriculture; Ag Club; F. F. A.; Delta Sigma 
Theta; Y. M. C. A.; Wesley Foundation; 4-H Club. 

CLYDE ROBERT CAHRELL HoMidays Cove 

B.S. in Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha; 
Interfraternity Council; Sphinx; Social Sommittee. 

CLIFFORD IVAN DUNN Pliny 

B S. in Agriculture; Alpha Zeta; Ag Club; F. F. A. 

MARGARET K. HANNAH Cass 

B S. in Home Economics; Y. W. C. A, Cabinet; Mor- 
tar Board; 4-H Club; Home Economics Club; Alpha 
Phi. 

DAVID EARL YOHO Moundsvill* 

A.B. in Pre-Medicine; Phi Delta Theta. 

JAMES DOVENER FABER Elkviaw 

A.B in Pre.Medicne. 

JAME^KMUEL LEGGETT Charleston 

A.B^Tn Geoloug^M^^ Theta Pi; Sigma Gamma 
Ep^on;^^J^^^Tsi OmeAd. Geology Club; Circolo 
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PORTER EUGENE HARTMAN .... Morgantown 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha; Interfra- 

ternity Council. 



KATHLEEN RITA PEEL McMechen 

B.S. in Education; Pi Beta Phi; W. R. A.; Y. W. 
C. A.; Newman Hall Executive Committee. 



LOUIS FRANK KALIvlAR Osage 

B.S. in Forestry; Forestry Club. 



JOHN ADAMS SPRINGER Brownsville. Pa. 

A.B. in English; Phi Kappa Sigma; Interfraternity 
Council; Sphinx; Y. M. C. A. 



KATHERINE JANE DELANEY Charleston 

B.S. in Education; Student Forum; Dolphin Club; 
Social Chairman of Woman's Hall. 



MARK ANDREW McHALE Williamsburg 

B.S. In Agriculture; Phi Kappa Tau. 



JOHN LYNN SNIDER Clarksburg 

A.B. in Economics; Phi Sigma Kappa; Manager of 
Rifle Team; Fi Batar Cappar; Advanced R. O. T. C. 



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RICHARD BRADY LOCKE Parkersburg 

B.S. in Business Administration. 

CHARLES WILLIAM STEMPLE Aurora 

B.S. in Agriculture. 

ROSEMARY WOOD Flat Top 

B.S in Home Economics; Alpha Delta Pi; Pan- 
Hellenic Council; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Home Eco- 
nomics Club; W. R. A.; Y. W. C. A. 

HAROLD ADDISON CORE Morgantown 

B.S. in Forestry; Freshman Track; Forestry Club; 
Senior Editor of "Curiser." 

CHARLES WILSON. JR Shinnston 

B.S. In Pharmacy; Eta Chi Phi. 

ELISABETH ANN BALLARD Fayetteville 

A.B. in English; English Club; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; 
Classical Club; Alpha Xi Delta. 

ALBERT EDWARD KLEBE. JR Wheeling 

A.B. In Political Science; Phi Delta Thefa; Fi Batar 
Cappar. 

RICHARD RUDDLE PHARR Morgantown 

B.S. in Agriculture; President of Senior Class; Busi- 
ness Manag3r of 1941 "Monflcola;" Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet; Ag Club; 4-H Club; Student Council; Inter- 
f.aternity Council; Interfraternity Intramural Coun- 
cil; Fi Batar Cappar; Rowan Rifle; Varsity Debate 
Team; Mountaineer Week Team 

JEAN FORBES SMITH Lakeland, Fla. 

^I^ggl^^^me Ezonomics; Chi Omega; Phi Upsilon 
Omicron. 



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First Row 

FRANK PERSHING BANE Charles Town 

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; K. M. A,; Tau 
Beta Pi; Scabbard and Blade. 

HARRIEn SUE STAFFORD Coalwood 

B M. in Music; Delta Gamma; Y. W. C. A.; 
W R. A.; R. O. T. C. Sponsor; Glee Club. 

Second Row 

CHARLOTTE VANCE DARNELLE . . . Charles Town 
B.S. in Physical and General Science. 

JOHN JARRET FOGLE Morgantown 

B.S. in Agriculture. 

ThircJ Row 

THOMAS GATES CLARK Hopwood, Pa. 

B.S. in Forestry; Rifle Team; Forestry Club. 

SHIRLEY SWIFT STAAB Morgantown 

B.S. in Journalism; Delta Gamma; Matrix; Y. W. 

C. A ; W. R. A.; Dolphin; A. W. S.; Press Club; 

"Daily Athenaeum"' Staff; Orchesis. 

Fourth Row 

FRED WILLIAM COOK, JR Follansbee 

A.B. in Pre-Medicine; Band; Phi Beta Pi. 

SAMUEL LOUIS DELLOLIO . . . Worchcster. Mass. 
A B. in Arts and Sciences. 

Fifth Row 

ELIZABETH FAYNE BARKER Morgantown 

A.B. in Pre-Medicine; Y. W. C. A.; Le Cercle Fran- 

cais; Chi Beta Sigma. 

WOODROW WILSON MILLS Kenova 

B.S. in Medicine; A.B. received at Marshall Col- 
lege; Phi Chi. 



Sixth Row 

URAL G. BEE Berea 

8 S. in Vocational Agriculture; Ag Club; F. F. A.; 
Livestock Judging Team. 

CAR6l DANA JOHNSON Morgantown 

A.B. in French; Pi Beta Phi; Scabbard and Blade 
Sponsor; Pan-Hellenic Council; R. O. T. C. Sponsor; 
Senior Class Treasurer; English Club; Le Cercle 
Francais; La Tertulla; Freshman Guide; Greater West 
Virginia Weeic Hostess; Y W. C. A.; W. R. A.; 
Phi Beta Kappa. 

Seventh Row 

BEHIE BLAINE POOL Charleston 

A.B. in Sociology; W. R. A.; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

JACK WARREN CARTER Rainelle 

B.S. in Civil Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; A. S. C. E. 

Eighth Row 

REX R. MARTIN Tunnelton 

B.S. in Agriculture; Alpha Zeta; Phi Epsilon Phi; 
Ag Club. 



PETER OSCAR BABICH Morgantown 

B.S. in Agriculture; Alpha Zeta; Scabbard and Blade; 

Ag Club; F. F. A.; Ag Council; Rowan Rifles. 



Ninth Row 



VIRGINIA LEE FLEMING Fairmont 

A.B. in History; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Y. W. 
C. A.; Orchesis; Freshman Guide; Le Tertulla. 



RICHARD BENNETT CLARK Morgantown 

B.S. in Chemistry; Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Phr Lambda Upsilon; Men's Glee Club. 












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First Row 



CARL DAVIS FARNSWORTH . . Shepherdstown 

A.B. in Chemistry; Kappa Alpha; Alpha Psi Omega; 

Kappa Mu Alpha; Men's Glee Club; Mountaineer 

Male Quartet. 



JANET 


TOlLIVES 






. . . Wharton 




A B 


In Arts and Sci 


ences. 


Second 


Row 








VIRGIN 


A GRAC 


E HYER . . 




Clay 




B.S. in Music. 






WILLIA 


M MEIGS 
Chemical 


KRAMER 






B.S. in 


Engineering: American Institute of 




Chemicc 


1 Engineers: Sigma 


Chi. 


Third R 


ow 








BIRK CONLEY LOWTHER . . . 




. . Harrisvllle 


B.S. In 


Agricultu 


re; Phi Epsllon 


Ph 


; Alpha Zeta. 


JAMES 


ROBERT 


SHINGLETON 




. . Charleston 


A.B. in 


Economics: Beta Theta 


Pi: 


Scabbard and 


Blade; 


-reshman 


Football: Baseb 
Orchestra. 


all: 


Mixed Chorus; 


Fourth 


Row 








ROBERT 


EUGENE 


HENDERSON 




. Morgantown 


B.S, in 


Forestry: 


Forestry Club 
Alpha Zeta. 


Pli 


i Epsilon Phi; 



JAMES BURTON CRAWFORD 



Oil City. Pa. 



A.B. in Geology; Sigma Chi; Interfraternity Council; 
Budget Commission. 



Fifth Row 

MERLENE MADGE HAYHURST .... Burnt House 
B.S. in Home Economics; Home Economics Club. 

BENJAMIN H. COOKSEY. JR Prichard 

B.S. in Civil Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Kappa Mu 
Alpha; A. S. C. E, 

Sixth Row 

JOSEPH I. SCHWARTZ Northfork 

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: Phi Sigma Delta; 
A. S. M. E. 

EVELYN GAY GORDON Charleston 

B.S. in Education; Sigma Delta Tau; Y. W. C. A. 

Seventh Row 

THOMAS JOSEPH KIRWIN Charleston 

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: A. S. M. E.; Execu- 
tive Chairman of Newman Club. 

JOHN JOSEPH RIDGEWAY , . . Point Marion. Pa. 

B.S. in Civil Engineering; A. S. C. E.; Wesf Virginia 
S. P. E. 

Eighth Row 

BETTY GOLDSMITH Morgantown 

A.B. in Art; Sigma Delta Tau; Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet. 

EMORY FRED RAMSEY Bentree 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering: A. S. C. E.; A. R. 
B. A.; Wesf Virginia S. P. E. 

Ninth Row 

ANDERSON O'JAY McALISTER Kenova 

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. 

JOHN FRANCIS VOLKER . . . North Charleroi. Pa. 

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; Newman Club; 
Tau Kappa Epsilon. 










First Rcw 

BETTY GARREH CANNIFF Evansvllle. Ind. 

B.S. in Home Economics; Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
A. W. S.; W. R. A.; Y. W. C. A.; "Who's Who"; 
Greater West Virginia Week Hostess; Freshman 
Guide; President of North Winq of Women's Hall; 
Home Economics Club; Rhododendron. 

DONALD LEE ADAMSON . . Brownsville. Pa. 

A B, in Economics and Business; Pi Kappa Phi. 

FRANCIS HILL McCLUNG Smoof 

B.S. in Agriculture; Alpha Zeta; Kappa Delta Pi; 

University Judging Teab; Ag Club; Poultry Club; 

4-H Club. 

HELEN SUSANNA POLLOCK . . . Waynesburg. Pa, 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma 
Pi Sigma. 

GRAY CRANE TREMBLY Terra Alfa 

B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; K. M. 
A.; A. I. E E. 

MARTIN FRANCIS FAHEY Wheeling 

LL.B. in Law; Sphinx; Mountain; Delta Sigma Rho; 

II Circolo Italia no; Newman Club; Debating Team; 

Dramatics, Tennis. 

MARY DOROTHY COLE Chester 

A.B. in Education. 

HARVEY MILTON SHUMATE Princeton 

B.S. In Agriculture; Poultry Club; Ag Club. 

ORVILLE LEROY HARDMAN Parkersburg 

B S. in Business; Kappa Sigma; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil; Scabbard and Blade; Wrestling Team; Rowan 
Rifle; Fi Batar Cappar; Eight Ball. 



Second Row 

WILLIAM MAGER KING Wheeling 

B.S. in Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. 

VIRGINIA MARIE WELLS Morgantown 

B.S. in Physical Education; Glee Club; Kappa Phi; 

Physical Education Club; Intramural Sports; Interclass 

Tournaments; W. R. A. 

CONRAD RAYMOND PRaGER Wheeling 

B.S. in Business Administration. 

GEORGE ALBERT MORRIS Charleston 

B.S. in Forestry: Forestry Club. 

JACK LAZELLE BARRICK Shinnston 

B.S. in Agriculture; Delta Tau Delta; Advanced 
R. O. T. C; F. F, A.; Ag Club. 



ROBERT TUCKER HUGHES. JR. 



Morgantown 



A.B. in Economics; Sphini; Delta Nu Tau; Eight Ball; 

Wesley Foundation; Student Assistant. Department 

of Economics; Phi Beta Kappa; Mountaineer Week 

Team; Ch! Sigma Delta. 





G a m m^^Jj^N^^rC .f 
"Council. Transferred from Dukt University. 



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First Row 



JACK LOTSTEIN Stanford, Conn. 

A.B. In Political Science; Phi Sigma Delta; Interfra- 
ternlty Council; Sphinx. 



DOROTHY HYATT GREEN t^organtown 

A.B. in Public Speaking; Alpha Psi Onnega. 



FRANK RALPH KUTAK . . . Long Island City. N. Y. 
A.B. In Political Science; Scabbard and Blade. 



HENRY JOSEPH GOODMAN 



Bradford, Pa. 



A.B. in History; Varsity Football; Varsity Boxing; 
Pi Lambda Phi; Captain of Football, '42. 



KEITHA ANNE RANDAL Williamson 

A B. in Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. 

RICHARD EMERSON ROMIG Keyser 

B S. In Pharmacy; Delta Tau Delta; Eta Chi Phi. 

JOHN WILLIAM HANIFIN St. Albans 

A.B. in Political Science. 



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Second Row 

WILLIAM SUNDAY WINFREY Princeton 

B.S. In Agriculture and Animal Husbandry; 4-H 

Club; Ag Club; Poultry Club; Superintendent Siith 

Annual Mountaineer Chick and Egg Show; Livestock 

Judging Team. 

MAX LLOYD KAMMER Bluefleld 

B.S. in Agriculture; Fi Batar Cappar; Football Man- 
ager, '40; Baseball; Ag Club; Mu Gamma Rho. 

JEAN MARIE SMITH Omar 

A.B. in History; Chi Omega. 

JAMES WILLIAM GRIER Morgantown 

B.S, in Physical Education; Varsity Football; Intra- 
mural Athletics. 

ROBERT RAY RECTOR Berkeley Springs 

A.B. in Pre-Medlclne. 

LAURA LOUISE BERGDOLL Thomas 

B.S, in Home Economics; Alpha Xi Delta; Lt-Toon- 
Awa; Rhododendron: Mortar Board; Phi U psi Ion 
Omicron; A. W. S.; Vice-President of Student Body. 

HILARION LARRY SANCHEZ , . Ponce. Puerto Rico 

A.B. In Pre-Medlcine; Delta Tau Delta; Eight Ball; 
Y, M C. A. 

BENJAMIN PORTER BROWN Hinton 

A B, In Economics. 

THOMAS GEORGE PINNOCK , , . Morgantown 

^^^■■l^teciology; Kappa Alpha; Sociology Club; 
Forum; Assistant in Sociology Department. 



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First Row 

EDMUND CARLYLE SMITH ..... Bridgeport 
Chemical Engineering; Zeta Sigma; Y. M. 



B.S. i 
C. A 



Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Kappa Mu Alpha; 
Lambda Delta Lambda. 



DONOVAN MINER BOND Clarksburg 

B. S. in Journalism; Ph! Sigma Kappa; Kappa Tau 

Alpha; Journaliers; Press Club; Le Cercle Franca !s; 

Speech Club; Freshman Debate; Varsity Debate; 

Sphinx Honor Roll; Glee Club. 



Second Row 



JOHN BOHAN CONNELL. JR Weston 

A.B. in Economics and Business; Phi Sigma Kappa; 
Eight Ball. 



HUGH J. MARSH Clarksburg 

6S. in Mechanical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Phi 

Sigma Kappa; Kappa Mu Alpha; President of 

Sophomore Class at Potomac State. 



Third Row 

CHARLES GILBERT SHAFFER Shinnston 

B.S. in Electrical Engineering; A. I. E. E.; Varsity 
Baseball; Kappa Mu Alpha. 

WILLIAM RICHARD KIDD. JR Princeton 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering; American Chemical 
Society; American Institute of Chemical Engineers; 
Proctor at Men's Hall; Kappa Mu Alpha; Scabbard 
and Blade; Society of American Military Engineers. 



rth Ro 



RUTH MARIE RIDENOUR Phillppi 

B.S. in Home Economics; Transferred from Alderson 

Broaddus; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Home Economics 

Club. 



JOHN NOLAN HALL Buckhannon 

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering; American Society 
of Mechanical Engineers; American Society of Mil- 
itary Engineers. Kappa Mu Alpha. 



Fifth Row 

D. LOUIS GUNDLING Wheeling 

B.S. in Engineering Electives; B.S. in Chemical 
Engineering: Sigma Nu; Freshman Football; Men's 
Glee Club; Bjsiness Manager of l?40 "Monticola;" 
Scabbard and Blade; Manager of Tennis Team; 
Kappa Mu Alpha; American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers; Advanced R. O. T. C; American Society 
of Military Engineers; O. R. A.; Intrafraternity 
Council; Plays: "Romeo and Juliet," "Cleopatra;" 
Student Assistant in Fluid Mechanics Laboratory. 

ELISE McABEE Huguenot. N. Y. 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering. 

Sixth Row 

KENTON ALLEN HALL Harrlsville 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Delta Tau Delta; 
Y. M. C. A; American Institute of Chemical Engi- 
neers. 

JOHN KELEMEN. JR Red Dragon 

B.S. in Electrical Engineering; Kappa Mu Alpha; 
American Institute of Electrical Engineers. 

Seventh Row 

ELRIE PARKER RODGERS, JR Morgantown 

A.B. In Pre-Medicine; Alpha Epsilon Delta. 

JEAN FREELAND Glen Dale Heights 

B.S. in Dietetics; Home Economics Club. 



Eighth Row 

GEORGE WILLIAM HOGSHEAD . . . Montgomery 

A.B. in Pre-Medicine; Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi 

Chi; Le Cercle Francais; Kappa Kappa Psi; Band; 

Advanced R. O. T. C. 

OLIVER CLAUDE McGHEE Prichard 

B.S. in Agricultural Education. 

Ninth Row 

JAMES PERSHING PAINTER Oak Hilt 

B.S, In Business Administration; Advanced R. O. 
T. C; Scabbard and Blade. 

RALPH RAYMOND FERGUSON Scarbro 

B.S. in Pharmacy; Rifle Team; Eta Chi Phi. 










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First Row 

GEORGE H. SIEMS. JR Mount Hope 

B.S. in Engineering; Sigma Chi. 

VIRGINIA MARIE SMITH Taunton, Mass. 

A.B. In French and Spanish; Delta Gamma; La 
Tertulia; Le Cercle Francals; W. R. A.; Y, W. C. A. 

Second Row 

HELEN ANDRICK Elizabeth 

B.S. in Home Economics; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; 
Pan-Hellenic Council; Dolphin Club; Home Eco- 
nomics Club; Alpha Phi; Vice-President of Senior 
Class; Freshman Guide. 

GEORGE ADAMSON HUNTER Elkins 

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. 



Third Row 

ELIZABETH ANN DICKINSON .... Morgantown 

A.B. in Botany; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Li-Toon- 

Awa; Rhododendron; Mortar Board; Pan-Hellenic 

Council; A. W. S. 

JAMES BLAKE HICKMAN Charleston 

B.S. in Chemistry; Delta Phi Alpha; Christian Youth 
Council; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Lambda Upsilon. 

Fourth Row 

PHIL HOLLAND WILLIAMS Elkins 

A.B. in Economics; Phi Kappa Psi; Glee Club; 
Varsity Rifle Team. 

JEAN LENORE CHANDLER Morgantown 

A.B., in History; Orchesis. 

Fifth Row 

BETTY LEE KATZ Hollldays Cove 

B.S. in Physical Education; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; 

W. R. A.; Dolphin Club; Mortar Board; Kappa Delta 

PI; Physical Education Club. 



TOM MARSHALL HANNAN Huntington 

A.B. in Economics; Y. M. C. A.; Spanish Honorary; 
Spiked Shoe. 

Sixth Row 

HAROLD STUART JONES Elm Grove 

B.S. in Agriculture; F. F. A.; Poultry Club; Ag 

Club; Livestock Judging Team, 1941; Meats Team, 

1940. 

NANCY JO BALLENGEE Beckley 

B.S. In Physical Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Mortar Board; Li-Toon-Awa; "Who's Who;" W. 
R. A.; Freshman Guide; Dolphin Club; Y. W. C. A.; 
Hostess for Greater West Virginia Week; A. W. S.; 
Physical Education Club. 

Seventh Row 

CATHARINE BAER Morgantown 

B.S. In Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Orchesis; 

Kappa Phi; Freshman Guide; W. R. A.; Y. W. 

C. A.; C. A. A. 

DONALD PAINTER BROWN Kingwood 

A.B. In Pre-Medicine; Sigma Nu; Alpha Epsllon 
Delta; Y. M. C. A.; Phi Chi. 

Eighth Row 

PAUL SMITH MAYNARD Williamson 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering; American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers; Kappa Mu Alpha. 

ALICE MARGARET HAYMAN Morgantown 

A.B. In French. 

Ninth Row 

MARY STEWART KEEN Summit Point 

B.S. in Home Economics; Home Economics Club. 

VICTOR BELMONT LEE Huntington 

B.S. in Agriculture. 




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First Row 

DONOVAN ROSS PATTERSON Clarksburg 

A.B. In Economics; Phi Sigma Kappa. 

NATHAN PRICE BAKER Charleston 

A.B. In Pre-Dental; Sigma Chi. 

JANET JUNE WATSON Morgantown 

A B. in Political Science; Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Mortar Board; Rhododendron; Li-Toon-Awa; Orchesis; 
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; "Monficola" Staff; Freshman 
Guide; Greater West Virgina Week Committee; 
Delta Nu Tau; A. W. S. 

JAMES WILLIAM KELLY Montgomery 

B.S. in Pharmacy; Eta Chi Phi. 

DOUGLAS WILLIAM WYNN Wheeling 

B.S. In Civil Engineering. 

KATHERINE RUTLEDGE ORTON ... Morgantown 

A.B. in Spanish; Pi Beta Phi; A. W. S.; W. R. A.; 

La Tertulla; Y. W. C. A. 

CHARLES HENRY NEWMAN Charleston 

B S. in Forestry; Forestry Club; Ag Council. 

DONNALLY HAMILTON MORRIS .... Charleston 
B.S. in Forestry; Kappa Sigma; Forestry Club; Wrest- 
ling Team. 

MARY CAROLINE JONES Huntington 

B.S. in Business Administration; Kappa Kappa Gamma; 

Dolphin Club; Delta Phi Alpha; Y. W. C. A ; W. 

R. A.; Freshman Guide. 



Seco.nd Row 

GEORGE JEROME McCLURE Morgantown 

B.S. In Business Administration 

HOWARD TROY PHILLIPS Wheeling 

A.B. in Pre-Medicine. 

HENRY SUTTON ELLISON. JR Union 

B S. in Pharmacy; Eta Chi Phi. 

BONNIE JO COWELL Morgantown 

A.B. in Public Speaking; Y. W. C. A.; Alpha PsI 
Omega; Le Cercle Francais; Speech Club. 

VOY TRAVIS O'BRYAN Sandstone 

B.S. in Agriculture. 

SAMUEL TILDEN WALLER Williamson 

B S. in Economics and Business Administration. 

MARGERY JEAN WILSON Morgantown 

B.S. in Home Economics; Home Economics Club; 4-H 

Club; Dolphin Club; Treasurer of Junior Class, H40-4I; 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. 

Wiy*5M EVERHART BIERER Morgantown 

aJt in Ecaa^^l^fc^nced R. O. T. C; Spanish 
|RIfles; Kappa Alpha. 

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iLYDE wiN|^D uig^vrnm^WL^-nmy. 

ftrlcal EngC^Wgl^uC^W^l^^'Can 
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First Row 



Second Row 




DORSEY ORAN COLE Morgantown 

A.B. in History; Scabbard and Blade; Sphinx; Phi 
Kappa PsI; Homecoming Committee. 



WALTER WARREN POINT. Ill Charleston 

A.B. in Pre-Medicine; Kappa Alpha; Mountain; Sphinx; 
Eight Ball; Scabbard and Blade; Rowan Rifles; Alpha 
Epsilon Delta; Editor of 1941 "Monticola;" "Who's 
Who;" Sophomore Class President; Greater West Vir- 
ginia Week Committee; Delta Phi Alpha; Student 
Council. 



RICHARD W. SYCAFOOSE Webster Springs 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



VIRGINIA LEE WILDMAN Morgantown 

A.B. in French; Le Cercle Francais; La Tertulia; West- 
minster Club; Y. W, C. A. 



LEMUEL GOODE Soulsville 



B.S. in Agriculture. 



WOODROW WILSON WYANT Talcott 

B.S. in Agriculture; Ag Club; 4-H Club; Y. M. C. A.; 
Golf Team; Proctor's Council; "Who's Who." 



HORTENZIU BENCHEA Wheeling 

A.B. in Political Science; Kappa Alpha; French Hon- 
orary. 



CLAUDE EUGENE HAMRICK Shinnston 

B.S. in Pharmacy; Eta Chi Phi. 



ALICE KERR Washington, D. C. 

A.B. in Political Science; Chi Omega; Transferred 
from University of Maryland in 1941. 



ELDON BRYANT TUCKER. JR Morgantown 

A.B. in Pre-Medicine; Alpha Epsilon Delta; French 

Honorary; German Club; Sociology Club; Wesley 

Foundation; Phi Tau Theta; Mixed Chorus. 



JOSEPH ROBERT BIAFORA Clarksburg 

A.B. in Political Science; II Circolo Italiano; Delta 
Nu Tau. 



LUCILLE MEADOWS Affinity 

B.S. in Home Economics. 



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GATES ECKWARD WIGNER Parkersburg 

GEORGANNE MURRAY Monongah B.S. in Pharmacy; Student President of College of 

B.S. in Education; Pi Bct^B^^lpha Psi Omega; Pharmacy; Ba Chi Phi. 
A. W. S.; W. R. A,;^^W. C*A.; Speech Club. 



CARL EDWA 



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Fairmont 



R. BROOKS HUNT Ciendenln 

A.B. in Pre-Medlcine. 



B.S. in Forestry: For*stry Club. 



HARRY HOWARD PARSONS Riptey 

^^^^^P^ftnomics and Business; Kappa Alpha; Ad- 



vanced R. O. T. C; Y. M. C. A.; Clajiical Club. 



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First Row 

JOSEPH PERSHING JOHNSON Frametown 

B.S. in Engineering. 

MARY WEBB PEYTON Charleston 

B.S. in Home Economics; Home Economics Club; 
National Youth Council. 

Second Row: 

BETTIE WINIFRED McCANN Ripley 

B.S. in Home Economics; Home Economics Club; State 
Home Economics Club; Y. W. C. A.; 4.H Club. 

WESLEY CRAFT BRASHEAR Morgantown 

OS. in Business Adminst ration; Scabbard and Blade; 

Fi Batar Capper; Varsity Cheerleader; "Monticola" 

Staff. 

Third Row 

ROBERT CLAUDE SPIKER Morgantown 

A,B. in Chemistry; Sigma Nu; Scabbard and Blade; 
Phi Lambda Upsilon; Manager of Tennis Team; 
Rowan Rifles; Advanced R. O. T. C; Junior Man in 
Student Council; Vice-President of Freshman Class; 
Secretary of Sophomore Class; Interfraternity Council; 
SpMnx Scho'arship Award; Homecoming Committee. 

ARDETH LUCILLE HARDIN Morgantown 

M.A. in Biological Science; Physical Education Club; 
Intramural Sports; W. R. A.; Girls' Glee Club. 

Fourth Row 

ELSIE JEAN HADEN Morgantown 

B.S. in Home Economics; Delta Gamma; Phi Upsilon 

Omicron; Rhododendron; Mortar Board; Kappa Phi; 

Freshman Guide; W. R, A. 

CHARLES DOTSON HOUCK Lewlsburg 

A.B. in Pre-Medicine; Phi Sigma Kappa; Alpha Epsilon 
Delta. 



Fifth Row 

ALLEN B. SANDERS Romney 

B.S. in Economics and Business; Phi Sigma Kappa; 
Chi Sigma Delta; 4H Club. 

MARY JEAN BURDICK Morgantown 

A.B. in Geology; Alpha Phi; Y. W. C. A.; Geology 
Club; Freshman Guide; La Tertulia; Rhododendron. 

Sixth Row 

FRANCES ELOISE MEHALtC Morgantown 

A.B. in Pre-Medicine; Alpha Epsilon Delta. 

ROBERT CROMWELL LYONS Morgantown 

A.B. In Pre-Medicine; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Delta Phi 
Alpha. 

Seventh Row 

BEHY LOU FREISMUTH Wheeling 

A.B. in Psychology; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Freshman 

Guide; Vice-President of Sophomore Class; Li-Toon- 

Awa; Le Cercle Francais; Y. W. C. A.; W. R. A.; 

Convocation Committee; C. A. A. 

CLAYTON BOYD COLEMAN Glen Ferris 

B.S. In Chemical Engineering; Tau Kappa Epsilon. 
\ 

Eighth Row 

OLAN TERRELL COFFIELD Morgantown 

6 S. in Pre-Medicine. 

MARION LOUISE MAYSIELLES . . . Berkeley Springs 
A.B. in Botany; Newman Club. 



Ninth Row 



HENRY ELTON REED ... White Sulphur Springs 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Scabbard and Blade; 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Kappa Mu 

Alpha; Phi Lambda Upsilon. 



SHIRLEY STEIN Morgantown 

A.B. in Art. 
























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First Row 

SARAH ELIZABETH HASHINGER .... Morgantown 
B.M. in Music; Alpha Xi Delta. 

GARD HUFF Fairmont 

A.B. in Pre- Law; Freshman Guide; Proctor af Men's 
Hall; Freshman Basketball; Varsity Basketball; Social 
Committee; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Sphinx; FI Batar 
Cappar; Student Christian Movement; World Student 
Society Committee; Advanced R. O. T. C; Play, 
"WInterset." 



Second Row 

J. MALCOLM FELDBERG Dorchester. Mass. 

A.B. in Economics; Phi Sigma Delta. 

LOUISE JULIA LUCAS Morgantown 

B.S. in Journalism; Y. W. C. A.; Orchesis; Matrix; 
Press Club; W. R. A. 

Third Row 

SARA LOUISE HARRINGTON Elm Grove 

B.S. in Home Economics; Alpha Xi Delta; Glee Club; 
Dolphin Club; Chi Beta Phi; Theta Epsilon; A. W. S. 
Council; Mortar Board; Home Economics Club; Y. W. 
C, A. President; Hostess for Greater West Virginia 
Week; Freshman Guide; Regional Council of Student 
Christian Movement. 

LYALL JACKSON FEATHER Morgantown 

A.B. in Public Speaking; Head Cheerleader; Rowan 

Rifles; FI Batar Cappar; Glee Club; Alpha Psi 

Omega; Speech Club; Plays: "What a Life," "Happy 

Journey," "WInterset," "Gold in the Hills." 



Fourth Row 



WILLARD EDWARD MOORE Clarksburg 

B.S In Mechanical Engineering; Beta Theta PI; 
Student Athletic Director. 



ELEANOR LOUISE PAINTER Morgantown 

B.S. in Education. 



Fifth Row 

MARY ROSETTA FIEDLER Morgantown 

A.B. In History; Pi Beta Phi; R. O. T, C. Sponsor; 
Y. W. C. A.; A. W. S.; W. R. A. 

JAMES STEPHEN BENNETT Salem 

B.S. in Agriculture; Phi Kappa Tau; Ag Club; F. F. A.; 
Y. M. C. A.; Transferred from Salem College. 

Sixth Row 

PALMER J. KUHL Parkersburg 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering; Sigma Gamma Epsilon; 

Kappa Mu Alpha; American Institute of Chemical 

Engineers. 

VIRGINIA REED WALKUP Renick 

B.S. in Home Economics; Alpha Phi; Interfraternity 
Pledge Council; Home Economics Club; Phi U psi Ion 

O micron; Pan-Hellenic Council. 

Seventh Row 

ELLEN MARIE CAMPBELL Morgantown 

A.B. in English; Alpha Phi; Alpha Psi Omega; Hostess 
for Greater West Virginia Week. 

WILLIAM BARNES MORGAN Fairmont 

A.B. In Economics; Delta Tau Delta; Alpha Psi 
Omega; Band. 

Eighth Row 

CHARLES ANDREW SCHINDLER, III Mahan 

B.S. in Mining Engineering; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Sigma 

Gamma Epsilon; American Institute of Mining and 

Metallurgical Engineers; Kappa Mu Alpha; Freshman 

Track. 

EDNA MAE JAMISON Wellsburg 

B.S. in Home Economics; Alpha Delta Pi; Pan-Hellenic 

Council; Home Economics Club; Transferred from 

Bethany College In 1939. 

Ninth Row 

MARTHA LOUISE NELSON Salem 

B.M. in Music; PI Beta Phi; A. W. S.; W. R. A.; 
Y. W. C. A.; Woman's Glee Club; Mixed Chorus. 

BRADY F. RANDOLPH, JR Sutton 

A.B. in Pre-Medicine; Band; Delta Phi Alpha; Ad- 
vanced R. O. T. C; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Beta Pi. 





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Second Row 



LORENTZ DENSMORE EMERY Fairmont JIM BERNARD HAMILTON Charl«l»on 

B S. in Mechanical Engineering. A.B. in Economics; Phi Delia Theta. 



MARGARET ANN CHAMBERS Morgantown 

A.B. in Sociology. 



JAMES LEE WATERS Clarksburg 

B.S. in Business Administration; Chi Sigma Delta; 

Scabbard and Blade; Advanced R. O. T. C; Rowan 

Rifles. 



LUCILLE EU3ENIA WRIGHT Clarksburg 

B.S. in Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Orchesis. 



GEORGE EDGAR FISHER, JR Bluefield 

B.S. in Pharmacy; Kappa Alpha; Eta Chi Phi. 



MARY ELIZABETH WOLFE Morgantown 

B.S. in Home Economics; Home Economics Club. 



EUGENE WORTHINGTON RICE . . Martinsburg 

B.S. in Chemistry; Kappa Alpha. 



SIBYL LOUISE MEADOWS Affinity 

B.S. in Education; Alpha Delta Pi. 



WALTER GREIG CRICHTON, JR Charleston 

A.B. In Economics; Sigma Chi. 



JOHN MACK HILL Charleston 

A.B. in Political Science; Kappa Alpha; Delta Nu 
Tau; Interfraternity Council. 



ROBERTA JEAN HALL Weston 

A.B. in Pre-Medicine. 

JOHN A. SHEPHERD Morgantown 

B.S. in Chemical Engineering; K. M. A.; Business 

Manager of llit-AO Student Directory; Eight Ball; 

Phi Kappa Psi. 

VIRGINIA RAE McCUNE Wheeling 

A.B. in Economics; Chi Omega. 

HAROLD E. WITHROW Alderson 

B.S. in Education; Kappa Sigma; Y. M. C. A.; Men's 
Glee Club; Mixed Chorus. 

MARY ELEANOR MULHOLLANO Charleston 

A.B. in Public Spealiing; Chi Omega; Y. W. C. A.; 
W. R. A.; Newman Hall Eiecutive Council; Pan- 
Hellenic Council; Freshman Guide; Alpha Psi Omega; 
Speech Club; Plays, "Our Town." "It Cant Happen 
Here." "Cock Robin." "Ladies in Retirement." 
"Gold in the Hills." 

THOMAJ^ McFARLAND, JR Spring Hill 

A.B^n Pre-Mediclnj^Phl Sigma Kappa; Phi Chi. 






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STANLEY EDWIN DEUTSCH Charleston 

A.B. in Political Science: Pi Lambda Phi; Interfrater- 

nity Council; Sphinx; Budget Committee; Fi Batar 

Cappar; Advertising Staff of "Athenaeum" and 

"Moonshine." 

HELEN VIRGINIA ROGERS Keyser 

A.B. in English; Transferred from Potomac State. 

FRANK GEORGE DeVINCENT Morgantown 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences; Band; Orchestra; Men's 
Glee Club. 

MILDRED E. MOON Corinth 

A.B. in Art; Pi Beta Phi; Social Committee; Le 
Cercle Francais; A. W. S.; R. O. T. C. Sponsor; 
"Monticola" Beauty Queen; A. W. S.; Y. W. C. A. 

GEORGE EVANS CARVER, JR Charleston 

A.B. in Geology; Sigma Chi; RIFIe Team; Interfrater- 
nity Council; Men's Pan-Hellenic Dance Committee. 

Second Row 

NANCY ANN PUGH Wheeling 

B.S. in Education; Y. W. C. A.; W. R. A.; Dolphin 
Club; R. O. T. I 
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B.S. in Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Y. W. C. A.; 
English Club. 

LEONARD KING JOHNSON Tazewell. Va. 

A.B. in Arts and Sciences; Beta Theta Pi. 

MAXINE VIVIAN POLAND Morgantown 

B.S. in Home Economics; Phi Upsilon Omlcron; Ag 
Council; Home Economics Club. 

DONALD MOORE COOKMAN Romney 

A.B. in History; Men's Glee Club; Mixed Chorus. 

BETTY JANE PREECE Buffalo. N. Y. 

B.S. in Home Economics; Phi Mu; Home Economics 
Club; Li-Toon-Awa; Rhododendron; Mortar Board; 
Pan-Hellenic Council; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Senior 
Woman on Student Council; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; 
Freshman Guide; Greater West Virginia Week Hostess. 

Third Row 

JAMES MILTON McCLAUGHERTY .... Charleston 
LL.B. in Law; Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Alpha Delta. 

JAMES MILTON BIRD Hinton 

S. in Mechanical Engineering; A. S. M. E.; Newman 
Club. 

WILLIAM KILMER SITES Paxton. Va. 

B.S. in Electrical Engineerlna- Kappa Alpha; American 
Institute of Electrical Engineers. 

JOHN WILLIAM TURNER Charleston 

B.S. in Mining Engineering; American Institute of 
Mining Engineering. 

J. B. WHITE Moundsville 

A.B. in Pre-Medlclne; Phi Delta Theta; Advanced R. 

O. T. C; Basketball Manager; Interfraternity Council; 

Fi Batar Cappar; Eight Ball; Biie-BIje; German Club; 

Mu Gamma Rho. 

ELSIE JEAN KACER Weirton 

B.S. in Home Economics; Phi Mu; Y. W. C. A.; 
W. R. A.; Dolphin Club; Women's Glee Club; New- 
man Club; Home Economics Club. 

JOHN WESLEY HOY, JR Brave. Pa. 

B.S. in Business Administration; Phi Sigma Kappa; 

Advanced R. O. T. C; Le Cercle Franca is«>; Y. M. 

C. A. 

MARY LOUISE DAVIES Clarksburg 

A.B. in History: La TerfuHa; Y. W. C. A.; Advisory 
Board of Woman's Hall. 



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JAMES LEWIS PITROLA Grant Town 

A.B. in Economics. 

JOHN HARRISON BURTNETT. JR. South Charleston 
B S. in Civil Engineering; Sigma Chi. 

Second Row 

DAVID GREGG WHITWORTH , , , Westernport, Md. 
B.S. In Electrical Engineering; American Institute of 
Electrical Engineering; West Virginia Society of Pro- 
fessional Engineers. 

MABEL THAYER HOSKINS Morgantown 

B.S. in Home Economics; Y. W. C. A.; Home Eco- 
nomics Club; Alpha Phi; Westminster Girls Club; 
Mixed Chorus; Woman's Glee Club. 

Third Row 

RICHARD E. BAYNE Clarksburg 

A.B. in Economics; Phi Sigma Kappa. 

PAUL JOSEPH KAUFMAN Charleston 

A.B. in Political Science; Pi Lambda Phi; Freshman 
Debate; Intramural Manager; Tennis; InterfraternltY 
Council; Managing Editor of 1942 Student Directory. 

Fourth Row 

MARTHA ROSE GALLAHER Morganfown 

B.S. in Home Economics; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Home 
Economics Club; Glee Club. 

ORIAN AUSTIN POST Wolf Summit 

BS. in Agriculture. 

Fifth Row 

ROBERT A. CRICHTON Charleston 

A.B. In Business Administration and Economics; 
Assistant Football Manager; II Clrcolo Itallano; Chair- 
man University Dance Committee; Chairman of Pan- 
Hellenic Dance Committee; Sigma Chi. 



RAY KNOWLTON STUART Huntington 

B S. in Business Admlnitfralion; Sigma Chi. 



Sixth Row 

LESTER LYNN HILDRETH Sp«nc«r 

B.S. in Agriculture. 

GRACE OLIVE WILLIAMS Falrview 

B.S. in Education; Y. W. C. A.; Mii«d Chorus; Voice 
Choir. 

Seventh Row 

GILBERT HERMAN SCHUBERT Wetlsburg 

B.S. in Forestry; Alpha Zeta; Phi Epsilon Phi. 

JAMES MURPHY POINDEXTER Charleston 

B.S. In Mechanical Engineering; Sigma Chi; Tau Beta 
Pi; A. S. M. E. 

Eighth Row 

MARY ELIZABETH GALPIN Morganfown 

A.B. in French; Le Cercle Franca Ise; La Tertulla; 
Westminster Club; Y. W. C, A.; Alpha Phi. 

OSCAR EDMUND SCHUBERT W«ll$burg 

B.S. in Anriculture. 

Ninth Row 

GEORGE NEWELL COWDEN Huntington 

A.B. in History; LL.B. in Law. 

JULIUS WALTON SINGLETON. JR. . , Charleston 

A.B. In Political Science; Sigma Chi; Mountain; Fi 

Batar C-^ppar; Scabbard and Blade; Delta Nu Tau; 

II Clrcolo Itallano: Rowan Rifles. 












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JEANNE MARSTILLER ALBERT Elkins 

GEORGE RICHARD BAUWIN Tarentum, Pa. 

LYDA HARRIET WOOD Amigo 

JUSTUS WELLS EAKIN New Martinsville 

CHARLES GLENN HACKNEY Morgantown 

MURIEL HARRIET BERTRAND Summit. N. J. 

JAMES B. RICH Charleston 

CLYTIE ELVA DYER Bartley 

LUELLA JEANNE SPELSBERS Clarksburg 

JEROME EDWARD SAXE Holden 

MARY ELEANOR BOWIE Wlieeling 

MONTGOMERY W. JACOB Wellsburg 

CLARENCE CORDER BRAGG Clarksburg 

DORIS E. KANODE Arlington. Va. 

REECE R. BOONE, JR Smithers 

MARTHA BELLE BLOS5ER Morgantown 



MARY VIRGINIA POST Wolf Summit 

ROBERT M. LONG Romney 

GERALDINE PICKENS Morgantown 

WILLIAM OWEN BURCHINAL Smitl^lield 

ROBERT BARNETT ISRAEL Clarksburg 

ANALEE P. PATTERSON Davis 

JAMES CLAYTON McCLUNG Wticeling 

THREDA VIRGINIA CRUMMETT Harrisville 

ROSALEE CATHERINE CHIERA Osage 

RALPH KENNETH WEEKLY Fairmont 

JANE ROSBIN5 Kimberly 

WATSON ARCH McCOY Grafton 

CHARLES LaVERNE HARER .... Williamsport, Pa. 

MARY DORCAS CLARK Hopwood, Pa. 

FRANCES MOOSE Petersburg, Va. 

BENJAMIN LEE NUTTER Lost Creek 




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MARY PORTER WISE Relay 

CHARLES E. LAWALL Morgantown 

BETTE RUTH DOWNS Charleiton 

BETTY LOUISE KESSEL Ripley 

MELVIN LOUIS HAYES Chelyan 

HAZEL ELIZABETH STUMP Romney 

ARCHIE C. THOMPSON Charleston 

WILLIAM OLIVER BARNARD Morgantown 

NANCY LEE NOEL Pocahontas. Va. 

PHYLLIS HAMILTON Morgantown 

LLOYD SPEAKMAN HANDLEY Star City 

TRIXIE LEE SHREWSBURY Princeton 

ROBERT WAYNE KNIGHT Morgantown 

ROBERT A. HEYL Wheeling 

WILLIAM EDWIN RADER Clariisburg 



PAUL ROHR Charleston 

FRANCES CATHERINE BEAZLEY Charleston 

ROBERT LUTHER BROCK, JR Morgantown 

SUSAN ELIZABETH BATES Lexington. Va. 

ELIZABETH UDELL MOORE Widen 

CARL ELLSWORTH SLAUGHTER ... Morgantown 

BETTY JANE NEIGHBORGALL Buckhannan 

LESTER HUGH ROTH Charleston 

JEAN AMICK Charleslon 

BETTY HEAD Thomas 

NANCY JANE STURTEVANT Clarksburg 

MAVIS ANDREE MANN Beckley 

FRANCIS LORAINE METZ Morgantown 

PHOEBE ANNE BLEDSOE Beckley 

RUTH ROSABELLE HURST Blandville 

THELMA CAROLYN DAVIES Morgantown 



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JAMES M. MARTIN Diamond 

MAXINE MAE SWIGER Morgantown 

JOSEPH HEIDE SHEFSIEK Jeannette, Pa. 

WILLIAM ALLEN WAYT Moundsville 



CHARLES WILLIAM YEAGER Charleston 

DAVID ALONZO HAUGHT Huntington 

ROSE ANN PEARCY Clarksburg 

HARRY F. BELL Charleston 



JOHN FREDERICK STICKEL Morgantown 

CLARA ELIZABETH SPOTTS Keyser 

RUDOLPH BARIC Benwood 

WILLIAM THOMPSON LIVELY, JR Charleston 



JOHN WILLIAM STONE Spencer 

FRANK McDonald peck Logan 

ALICE JUNE MASON Morgantown 

GUY HARRY PETERSON, JR Morgantown 




KATHERINE GLORIA TARSITANI . . . Morgantown 

ROBERT C. STEELE Morgantown 

WILLIAM ADAIR MOYER Cass 

DOROTHY LOUISE VAN GILDER Morgantown 



ELLIS ORR FORTNEY Charleston 

MURIEL JEAN MOORE Morgantown 

WILLIAM HENDERSON GARDNER .... Charleston 
LELAND JAMES HANCOCK Morgantown 



ANN BEATTY Mannlnqton 

JAMES CLARK COFFMAN Morgantown 

BUCKNER STUART MORRIS Charleston 

MARTHA GIBSON Charleston 



JAMES LEON JENKINS Charleston 

DOROTHY MILTON WALSH Kayford 

RICHARD HOWARD McELWEE Marllnton 

PAUL RAYMOND TRAUBERT Wellsburg 



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JAMES FRANKLIN HARE, JR Fairmont 

FRANCES VIRGINIA REICH Parkersburg 

KENNETH DALE BAILEY Clarksburg 



CLARENCE CAUDILL Wheeling 

MARJORIE ANN WHITE Keyjer 

WILLIAM H. ROBINSON Morgantown 

MICHAEL CRESAP COX Wheeling 



WADE ECKES HALL Lost Creek 

ARTHUR JAY READER Brooklyn, New York 

KATHLEEN MARIE SCOTT Morgantown 

CARL C. CARP Charleston 



JOE E. WALTHALL Afhens 

MARGARET FRUM Clarksburg 

WILLIAM R. HALE Pittsburgh, Pa. 

ALBERT HOMER HIX Charleston 



MILTON KOTLER New York, N. Y. 

VIRGINIA LEE BEARD Hllliboro 

JOHN HENRY BANNISTER Charleston 

DEAN C. DOWLER Moundsville 



FRANCES LORRAINE SCHULTZ Parkersburg 

CHARLES W. EDGAR, JR New Martinsville 

RICHARD E. DAVIS Morgantown 

MARY ELIZABETH IRVINE Wheeling 



ALDEN M. MERRILL Parkersburg 

ICIE LUELLA CUNNINGHAM Shinnston 

JOHN HAROLD REAVES Martinsburg 

CHARLES CAUDILL Wheeling 



MARY CATHERINE PRITCHARD Weston 

JOHN CARTER AMOS Fairmont 

HARRY W. ADAMS, JR Charleston 

FRANCES ELIEEN WAH Charleston 



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NORVAL THOMAS MORRIS Chester 

NANCY ANN DUNKIN Bridgeport 

WILLIAM MADISON BROOKS Charleston 

EVELYNN MAE O'NEIL Morgantown 

LOTTIE LOUISE HARALD Logan 

JOHN LUDDEN, JR Thomas 

NANCY LOUISE GARRET Clarksburg 

CHARLES BERKLEY TAYLOR Morgantown 

HOMER CARMAN CREGO, II Wheeling 

ESTELLE SYLVIA MILLER Morgantown 

MICHAEL JOHN McANDREW, Jr Clarksburg 

RITA PECK RIFFEE Graffon 

STELLA ALICE WEAVER Chester 

GEORGE MORRIS STANLEY Beckley 

RONALD PRESTON SEACRIST Ameagle 

ALMA LOUISE MANN Middlebourne 



HAROLD KIRK CURRY Delbarton 

GEORGE L. DAVIS Harris. ille 

JAMES MILTON SAMUELS Piedmont 

RUTH MARJORIE WINTZ Charleston 

HOWARD JAMES BOOMER Queens. N. Y. 

WILLIAM ERASMUS RHODES Clarksburg 

NELLIE YVONNE KELLY Sutersvillc, Pa. 

CHARLES WILBUR GREGORY Morgantown 

JOSEPH LOMBADO Kimball 

ETHEL ZAKUTANSKY Weirton 

ROBERT PAUL HADEN Morgantown 

BETTY ANN HEERMANS Charleston 

HERBERT HAROLD GOFF Goffs 

ROY W. BIDDLE Charleston 

MAY HARMAN BARTLETT Holden 

JOHN ADAMS. JR Sutton 




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JOSEPH PAUL SAMUELS Piedmont 

DOROTHY DODD HAMILL Keyier 

JOHN RICHARD WATSON Mjrtinsburg 

DONALD DAVIS STRENCH Honolulu, T. H. 

SYLVIA B. KLEIN Morgantown 

CHARLES V. WEHNER Chester 

OLGA MAE WYATT Shinnston 

FREDERICK OTT BYRER Martinsburg 

CHARLES PETER YOST Berkley Springs 

RUTH BACON Fayetteville 

RUTH FONTAINE WATTS Rupert 

GLENN FREDRICK SIEGRIST Clarksburg 

PAUL F. MUFFLY Morgantown 

VIRGINIA ALICIA BERTRAND Summit. N. J. 

RICHARD W. LEE Bootli 




CATHERINE AGNES KEARNEY . Bridgeport. Conn. I I 11 I 11 U 

HELEN PENNAH GOLDSWORTHY Keyier 

JANE ISABEL STAUBELY Washington. D. C. 

MAZARIO MARIO RIVERA . Sta. Isabel, Puerto Rico 

JESSE D WILLIAMS, JR Lost Creek uLuUllU IlU 

WILLIAM VanMETER GREEN Charleston 

MORTON ARNOLD MALLINGER Wheeling 

JOHN DAVID HARPER Wheeling 

MARY MARTHA FRYE Wardensville I II I ll U ll U 

THOMAS WESLEY JACKSON Wheeling 

MARIAN LaRUE SHANNON Morgantown 

EDWARD SHELBY LOVE, JR Huntington 

DORA LEE SMITH Beckley lUUIllll IlU 

RICHARD HARTMAN BRUMBAUGH . Morgantown 

RICHARD HUGH TABOR Charleston 

CHARLES HENRY WILSON McMechen 

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SAM EDWARD 5CHAFER Wheeling 

LEWIS WAYNE THORNE Fairmont 

ROBERT EDWARD SHARPS Parkersburg 

VIRGINIA MARIE GALL Morqantown 



WILLIAM P. MARSHALL Dunbar 

JACKSON B. BROWNING Logan 

JANE CLARK WHITE Charleston 

WILLIAM EDGAR LAWTON Mount Hope 



CHARLES ANDREW SCHINDLER. Ill Mahan 



J. CHARLES HALL, JR Charleston 

JOHN ELDON STENGER Wheeling 

WILLIAM PAUL CHAPMAN Summersville 

FRED RENNER WHITE Morgantown 

FRANCIS KING COLE . 



JOHN LAWRENCE WINTER Morgantown 

J. DAVID BAILEY Bluefleld 

SANFORD ALLEN LEWIS Charleston 

FLORENCE E. KUNST Grafton 

Logan 



SEYMOUR ABRAMS Maiden, Mass. 

HARRY BLACKSTONE COLBORN, II. . Fairmont 

JAMES GRANT COUCH Charleston 

DOUGLAS HENRY HARNISH, JR Clarksburg 

ROBERT HARPER THAW 



HAROLD KANTER Charleston 

BETTY JANE WADE Salem 

MARCUS WILLIAM DODD Charleston 

JUNE ROBERTSON MARTIN Charleston 



HAROLD H. CUTLER Clarksburg 

SYLVIA B. KLEIN Morgantown 

FREDERICK HOLMES SMITH Oak Hill 

JOSEPH E. FRAKER, JR Fairmont 

Akron. Ohio 



HOMER WALLACE GOFF Charleston 

ROBERT L. HARTMAN Charleston 

WILLIAM HASTINGS HUMES Wheeling 

EMMA BIRDELLE SCHENCK Morgantown 



WILLIAM VINCENT GRAHAM Clarksburg 




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MARY SUE WHITE St. Albani 

DON WATTS TUCKWILLER Fairmont 

THERESA ROSALIE AMATO P«mberton 



BILLIE MAGANN BARKER Loqan 

CHARLES WILLIAM READING Arnoldlburq 
DOROTHY VIRGINIA SHARPLESS . . M*rtiniburq 
JOHN KARL RUECKL W«»ton 



DOROTHY JANE HENDERSON 



Rochttter, Pa. 



HARVEY D. BEELER, JR Berkley Sprlnqt 

LESLIE DALE SIMMONS Elkini 

JAMES ELWOOD COOMBS Morgantown 

DOLORES LEE PETERS Grafton 



HERMAN T. NASH Charleiton 

JOHN SMITH SCOTT. JR Wellsburg 

ROBERT LYLE WATSON Clarluburq 

STELLA LEE KEPLINGER Martiniburq 



MICHAEL JOHN McANDREW Clarloburq 



LEWIS ALLEN HATCHER Morqanfown 

STEPHEN DOUGLAS NARICK Wheeling 

DALE ARMSTRONG ENGLEHART Albright 

JOHN MARSHALL NICHOLS Jumping Branch 

ALEXANDER HARDIE FORMAN. JR. . . Morgantown 



EMMA JANE FRESHWATER Follansbee 

DOMINICK OLIVITO Suncresf 

HERTHA BESKIN Charleston 

FRANK STEPHENSON HEWITT Freeman 

HERBERT HILL ROTHWELL Lewisbura 



ROGER LOUIS HICKS Moundtville 

MARTHA JANE MULDOON Charleiton 

NORMAN L. LAUGHLIN Fairmont 

JUNE LEE PLUES McMechin 

THOMAS BERRY COURTNEY Fairmont 



PATRICK AUSTIN WRIGHT Clarksburg 

CLARENCE CAUDILL Wheeling 

RICHARD E DAVIS Morgantown 

CARL ANTHONY WILHELM Fairyiew 

BARBARA ANNE DEVORE PiHsburgh, Pa, 



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JORDAN CYRILLE PAPPAS 

DOROTHY R. NACH 

PRESTON CALDWELL DAVIS 
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MARGARET LOUISE REID 

KENNETH LEROY HEWITT 

BARBARA LOUISE BAILEY 
FOURTH ROW 

ANITA M. TABOR 

JOHN CLAYTON ABRAMS 

PATTI CUMMINS 
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GEORGE W. MAY 

PHYLLIS D. REYNOLDS 

LAWRENCE H. OSTRYE 

SIXTH ROW 

FLORENCE E. KUNST 

WILLIAM LEWIS TABSCOTT, JR. 

VIRGINIA HARPER 
SEVENTH ROW 

EDWARD EUGENE FRANZ 

MARGARET ELEANOR SHAFFER 
JOAN PYLE 

EIGHTH ROW 

BETTY LOUISE HAWKINS 

JAMES A. FRAZIER 

VIRGINIA ALOISE SKAGGS 

NINTH ROW 

EDWIN TIM3ERS 

MARTHA GENE SELBY 

WILLIAM POWELL, JR. 
TENTH ROW 

J. EDGAR ELLIS, JR. 

JAMES RONALD MOORE 

NANCY JANE SCOTT 



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CHARLES NORMAN REYNOLDS 

JOAN BARR 



WARREN 0. 5HARPENBERG 



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MARJORIE EILEEN WISE 

WILLIAM G. STATHERS. JR. 

MARY PATRICIA SPRINGER 
THIRD ROW 

ROBERT ROC BROWN 

KATHLEEN EMELEENE FURMAN 

STERLING LUDWie BROWN 
FOURTH ROW 

MARGARET AGNES BROWN 

JAMES STANTON MARPLE 

VIRGINIA MAE GUNNING 
FIFTH ROW 

WILLIAM E. ELY 

MARION ROBERTSON 

HAROLD M. STUMPP 
SIXTH ROW 

LEE ELEANOR ALFRED 

CHARLES GOFF 

JANET A SCOTT 
SEVENTHROW 

BEN MORRIS LEEPER 

GARDNER CHAPMAN ORTON 

JOSEPH OSWALD CAIN, JR. 
EIGHTH ROW 

DONALD JOHN ACKLEY 

NATALIE BARNARD 

EMLYN DAVID ARTERS 
NINTH ROW 

STANLEY RHEY COX. JR 

CORA ANNE HOLOEN 

JAMES CALVERT HARLESS 
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ELIZABETH ANN ROBERTS 

IRVINE BEINHORN 

MARY EHA EVANS 

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BETTIE LORRAINE TOOTHMAN 

JAMES RONALD MOORE 

MARTHA DEAN BROWN 

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ARTHUR W. STOOLFIRE 

MARY CAROLINE THROP 

JOHN MILTON LOWDERMILK 
THIRD ROW 

PATRICIA JANE GUARD 

JAMES A. NUNLEY 

MARGARET ELLEN MATTERS 
FOURTH ROW 

EUGENE T. STORCK 

ELIZABETH L. McDOWELL 

WILLIAM RICHARD McCUNE 
FIFTH ROW 

JANE KATHERINE C0LLIN50N 

ROBERT NORTON 

MARJORIE ANN HALL 
SIXTH ROW 

HELEN ELIZABETH FISHER 

STEPHEN BLACKMORE THOMPSON 

MARY ANN LEWIS 
SEVENTH ROW 

GENE HANQELSMAN 

JO CLARE MILLER 

ELWOOD ROY LESTER 

EIGHTH ROW 

ETHEL MAE DeBOLT 

FLOYD MASON GRAVES 

MARTHA HOPKINS 

NINTH ROW 

HAROLD THOMAS BOONE 

SARAH ELIZABETH ROBERTS 

ROBERT C. KURNER 
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FRED JOSH BILLINGS 

JEAN WALLACE BALLANTYNE 

FRANCIS MILLER PFOST 
SECOND ROW 

F. STEELE EARNSHAW 

HAROLD G ROBINSON 

STANTON LANGBORD 
THIRD ROW 

JACK A. BORROR 

KENNETH WAYNE KAY 

AGNES MAE OSBORNE 
FOURTH ROW 

JAMES MORGAN NELM5 

BURTON BAILEY LEACHMAN 

CECIL WRIGHT 
FIFTH ROW 

FREIDA DEITZ 

FRED STAN5BURY 

M. EDWARD ORELL 
SIXTH ROW 

JOHN RAYMOND SCOH 

C. ELIZABETH STEINKE 

HENRY ARIE POST 
SEVENTH ROW 

MARVIN S. TUCHMAN 

HUGH 0. HICKS 

JAMES E. DAWSON 
EIGHTH ROW 

JOE W. ROBERTS 

CORA ANNE HOLDEN 

NATHAN LAMARR ROBINSON 
NINTH ROW 

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WILSON B. DAVIS 

CHARLES O. STOUT 




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CHARLES H. BALLARD 

PAUL LESLIE K^ILLIGAN, JR. 

GEORGE LYLE MORRIS 

SECOND ROW 

EDWARD MONROE NELSON, JR. 

ELIZABETH WALTON 

JOHN E. GREENWOOD 

THIRD ROW 

PHILIP MARTIN GOLDSTEIN 

STEVE McNeill 

KATHLEEN EMELEENE FURMAN 

FOURTH ROW 

JEAN ELINOR WARD 

DOWELL GRAY 

CLEMENT CARROLL SMITH 
FIFTH ROW 

CHARLES KINSLEY McWHORTER 

THOMAS GROSS BARNARD 

CHESTER LOVETT 
SIXTH ROW 

JOHN WOTRING TUCKER 

ETHEL RUTH SELIGMAN 

ROBERT E. ROLLYSON 

SEVENTH ROW 

DAPHNE L. SAVILLE 

HENRY ALLEN THRASHER 

ROBERT L. SOMMERVILLE 

EIGHTH ROW 

JOHN BENFORD WADE 

e. EDWARD CARY 

NINTH ROW 

TAM PARK VANNOY 

ROBERT LAKE WILDMAN 

HOWARD COLE STEWART 



MARY FAITH BAILEY 



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FREDA DODGE 

HERMAN F. WINTER 

DOROTHY ANNE LLEWELLYN 

SECOND ROW 

ROBERT LEWIS LOONEY 

FERN ISIMINGER 

EARL EUGENE CORUM 
THIRD ROW 

MARY NAN KNAPP 

CHARLES WALTER LEWIS 

MARY K. AMOS 

FOURTH ROW 

PAT RAY HAMILTON 

NANCY LOUISE RUSSELL 

ROBERT scon KENT 
FIFTH ROW 
JEAN GUMP 

ALLAN MARVIN LABOWITZ 

DOROTHY JUNE ASHWORTH 
SIXTH ROW 

WILLIAM J. MELENRIC 

NANCY LEE MORRIS 

GEORGE W. SINGLETON 
SEVENTH ROW 

FLORENCE MARSHALL SMITH 

HERBERT READ CARNEY 

BEHY J ROLLAND 
EIGHTH ROW 

JAMES MONROE SINNETT 

JEANNE ELIZABETH HABERER 

LLOYD WALLACE BRAKE 
NINTH ROW 

JAMES A. GRAHAM 

ROBERT DEAN HUSTON 

RAYMOND LESTER KEPLINGER. JR 

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MARY CECELIA GOFFREDO 

JOHN WILLIAM STRATON 

GENEVIEVE C. RUTECKI 
SECOND ROW 

RALPH EPHRIAM BERMAN 

MARGARET ANN LEACH 

CHARLES C. ASHTON 
THIRD ROW 

MARJORIE MORRISON 

JOHN R. ROMINE 

HELEN JOAN CLEMANS 
FOURTH ROW 

THOMAS S. SMITH 

MARGARET K. MILLER 

EDWIN CARRELL DOUGLASS 
FIFTH ROW 

ELIZABETH LEE ARONSON 

JACK THORNE TURNER 

MARGARET JANE GIBBS 
SIXTH ROW 

JAMES GORDON DEAN 

HULDAH SNODERLY 

JAMES RAY HARTMAN 

SEVENTH ROW 

MARGARET MORAN 

JOHN M BOYD 

BETTY JANE BOARD 

EIGHTH ROW 

CHARLES BENNETT FISCHER 

RALPH RAYMOND WALLACE. IR. 

MIKE ALEXANDER SHARKEY 

NINTH R O V/ 

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KERMIT REED ORDERS 

MARY ELLEN SINCLAIR 

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ANDREW LEWIS CLARK 

JACK THORNE TURNER 

AARON BROWNING 
SECOND ROW 

JEANNE CLARICE STRICKLING 

WARREN LEE GOULD 

RUSSEL M. FISHER 
THIRD ROW 

WILLIAM WAYNE McCOY 

ANN ADAIR MULLEN 

CHARLES JARVIS HINKLE 
FOURTH ROW 
PEGGY SMITH 

CHARLES WILLIAM GARDNER 

FLORINE JOLLIFFE 
FIFTH ROW 

BARBARA RUTH LAMB 

CHARLES ENOCH KESSEL 

GERALDINE L. VICKERS 
SIXTH ROW 

DONALD WALTER RAESE 

EUDORA ANDREWS 

FLAVIUS DAVISSON WARD 
SEVENTH ROW 

BETTY JANE BLACKMORE 

EUGENE E. FOWLER 

ELOISE FREDA PARSONS 

EIGHTH ROW 

JAMES s. Mclaughlin 

MARY LOIS MOORE 

JACK WILKES BEDDOW 

NINTH ROW 

ANITA SHIRLEY RICHMOND 

ROBERT EDWIN MUFFLY 

DIANE HELEN MAR60LIS 

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JAMES ROBERT KENNEDY 

DENTON LEEROY ADAMS 

HARRY TETER LINGER 
SECOND ROW 

MILDRED FERRELL 

PAUL C, CRAGO 

BETTY JANE CRONIN 
THIRD ROW 

ELFRIEDA MAYS 

ROBERT W. COUNTS 

FLORA LEE POST 
FOURTH ROW 

MARGUERITE RICE 

ALLAN WOODBURY BABCOCK 

RUTH VIRGINIA CONAWAY 
FIFTH ROW 

EVELYN MAY MEAD 

RALPH E. SERGENT 

PATRICIA CHAPMAN ORION 
SIXTH ROW 

HAROLD D. SPARLING 

MARY ALICE EADES 

HENRY CLAY CALLIHAN 
SEVENTH ROW 

BETTY KAY BRUMBAUGH 

FRANK R. rOKE. JR. 

MARY JANE DYE 

EIGHTH ROW 

G. EDWARD GARY 

LOUISE AMELIA ROBINSON 

ROBERT GEORGE RAWE 
NINTH ROW 

WANDA EILEEN HUFFMAN 

SAMUEL T. NICASTRO 

PEARL HAZEL FORBES 
TENTH ROW 

WILLIAM FRED GOTT 

MARY ELIZABETH GUY 

EUGENE DIXON CAUSSIN 



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FIRST ROW 

MARY DEE ANDERSON 

GEORGE FREELAND PUGH 

ULDENA LORRAINE HARPER 
SECOND ROW 

DAVID LLOYD BERGDOLL 

RUTH IRENE HALL 

BARBARA JEAN KNIGHT 

THIRD ROW 

EMILY JEAN BELL 

LYNN CUTLER JOHNSON 

DORIS D. ERWIN 
FOURTH ROW 

MIRIAM FORESTER 

ROBERT EARL JOHNSON. II 

DOROTHEA FRANCINE MORRIS 
FIFTH ROW 

HOWARD DELBERT SHAFFER 

TERESA EILENE OOWELL 

WILLIS D. BARLOW 
SIXTH ROW 

LOIS ELIZABETH KEITH 

JOHN BUNYAN ATKINSON 

HELEN LOUISE THOMPSON 
SEVENTH ROW 

ELIZABETH ANN BISHOP 

VIRGINIA CATHERINE STOUT 

JOHN W. FELLER 

EIGHTH ROW 

JOSEPH CAIN. JR. 

MARY BELLE POLLEY 

MARY KATHRYN VAN GILDER 

NINTH ROW 

MAXINE MONROE 

WILLIAM FRANCIS RANSON 

LILLIE LOUISE CHAPMAN 



TENTH ROW 

WINONA JUNE PARSONS 

CHARLES C. ASHTON 



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ALICE W. DARQUENNE 
ELSIE BERYL AMOS 



THOMAS EDWARD STANLEY 
BETTIE HILL 



PHYLLIS ANN RIEMANN 
JOSEPH MARTIN RUKSE 



MARJORIE LEE GAINES 
VIRGINIA LEE SNIDER 



EDWIN GIBBS 

DALE JEAN RICHTER 



SECOND ROW 
SUSAN CONE HARNISH MARY ALICE JOHNSON 



NANCY LOU BOULDIN 



CARO LOUISE CHILDRESS 



MARGARET ELAINE CATHER 
JOHN MARION ASHCRAFT. JR. 



ELEANOR JUNE 5PANGLER 
VIRGINIA LEE DOWDY 



THIRD ROW 

DONALD KAY BECKER JAMES WILLIAM CONNER 

LAURA MAE BARTLETT SHEILA FILLER 



QUILL ENGLAND 
SUZANNE ADAMS 



FRED FORNEUR CRAWFORD 

HELEN MARIE WILSON 



FOURTH ROW 



MARY EVELYN TURNER 
RICHARD DILLE ARBOGAST 



MARGARET GUY 

BETTY LOU KOEHLER 



BARBARA ANNE WILLIAMS 
FRANCES FORTNEY 



RUTH EILEEN FIESS 
ARNOLD J. GIVEN 



FIFTH ROW 

LOIS BRIGHT ELISABETH TAYLOR BIERER 

EDITH ANNE HUTCHINSON WILLIAM ERNEST BURROUGHS 



SOPHIE ANASTOS 

JAMES MATTHEW BROWNE 



EARL DOUGLAS ALLARA 
CATHERINE BUNTEN 



SIXTH ROW 



JANIS BARNARD 
GEORGE C. BROUZAS 



RUTH ANNE FEENY 
MARJORIE NORENE PHILLIPS 



SUSAN JEAN PUGH 
MALMARIE BEVERIDGE 



LAVERNE HARRISON 
ELIZABETH DAVIS 



SEVENTH ROW 

WILLIAM BAIN JOE CRADDOCK ELLIOTT 

KITTY LOU KURNER SHIRLEY B. HAIGHT 



REGINA BELLE SMOLDER 
BERNICE A. BANE 



JOHN 5. ARCHER 
ROSE JEAN KEENAN 



EIGHTH ROW 



BETTY ANNE WEAVER 
FRED W. KUHN 



ANNABELLE SUMMERS 

FLORENCE OLIVIA ISENBERG 



JAMES ALPHA THOMPSON 
ANN DRYDEN CHAMBERS 



BEHY ANN CUMMINGS 
WARREN GEORGE POST 



NINTH ROW 



LELA VIRGINIA STUMP 
BEN C. JOHNSTON 



LENA MARIE GIANNINI 
MARJORIE JEAN OTT 



DONALD LEE CHENOWETH 
MARY LOUISE THIES 



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PAUL NATHAN tOWLB 



JACK ELVIN lOOMT 

^ELES ANN STOIINSKY 



JACK OtVILLE HESS 
MABY JO THOMPSON 



H)WA80 NORMAN LEARNEK 
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KENDAL LEON WALKER 



SECOND ROW 

MARY HELEN SKASSS 
• CHARLES LEE STAFFORD 



SYDNEY MAGILL SHIRLEY 
PAUL WHITESELL SINSEL 



E:;AAi- rAUL STOCKMAN. JR. 
MART JANE HURT 



THIRD ROW 



JAWiS E^AAiO r-.„rrMAh 
EVELYN MARY WARNER 



WOOOWaSD D. »A CH MANN 
LOUIS FRANK GIRARD 



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C^ASLES WILllAM LAMSOH 



JOHN RO = E5- -A„ 
HUGH BJJSON VORESS 



WAr.r JUNE GILBERT 
DANIB. SAM SAX 



NOtMAN JAMES MALLINGER 
GRANVI11.E CHARLES EGLESCv 



HFTH ROW 
JAMES AUISON FROST GEORGE I- ROBERTS. JR. 



=ATSY JOAN LUDEY 



ROBERT KBJ.B1ES FLANAGAN 



ROBERT GERALD WYSONG 
MILDRED JOSEPHINE LODGE 



MAUOtlE ANN LLOYD 
MIKE KHXT 



SIXTH ROW 

MAXINE DEUTSCH 3^CE ANNE KEYSER 

ROBERT CHARLES SMITH CLAUDE R. CUTLIP 



DOROTHY LOUISE HARRALD 
WILUAM ALLAN PHILLIPS 



EFtAIN GOMEZ 
DOIIS LEVIN 



SEVENTH ROW 



EDWARD LOUIS LONG 
JANE HOLLEY 



WILUAM MAXWBJ. BOWERS 
aSIE LOU HENDRICKSON 



RICHARD HAWVERMALE 
MARY LOU GROVES 



JOAN ELIZABETH LOGAN 
LOUIS BCNNEn MdCINLEY 



JOHN A. McCRAW 
JOE D. COVNER 



EIGHTH ROW 

NailE B. HUNDLEY 
LUTHER KARL DUFFIELD 



VIRGINIA VERDENE JUDY 
HARRY NELSON CRICHTON 



WILUAM VERNON McNEMAR 
JANICE ROSALEE BARTLETT 



NINTH ROW 



ROBERT O. HESS 
AUCE VIVIEN KES4ER 



CHARLES EDWARD LESTER 
MARY AUCE LOOKENOTT 



JOHN ROBERT McCOY 
BARBARA JUNE DAVIS 



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MORTON D. SCHUMANN 
RUTH JOSEPHINE BROWN 



LOUIS EDWARD DAVIS 
WILLIAM J. FLAHERTY 



GENE ELIZABETH MANN 
ROBERT LEROY DUNNING 



ELLWOOD EARL PINKNEY 
SYLVIA RUTH SLOAN 



LOIS WOODYARD 
JACK G. DAVIS 



SECOND ROW 



WILLIAM MADISON BASNHART 
ROSEMARY SHAHAN 



MELVIN WOLPERT 
RAETTA JOYCE POWELL 



JIMMY LINVILLE 

DON RANDOLPH DUNCAN 



WILLIAM HARVEY RUHL 
D. JEAN BARKER 



THIRD ROW 



STANLEY DAVIS GOTTLIEB 
WILLIAM LOWRY GRAHAM 



REVA MARIE MORRIS 
CHARLES MITCHELL MALLORY 



BETTY PATRICK 
LAWRENCE LEE JAMISON 



BETTY JANE RUDE 
RAYMOND McDADE 



FOURTH ROW 



TOM WASH. JR. 

JOSEPHINE DILLON HAMILTON 



WILLIAM TILDEN WILLIAMS 
JACK BRANNAN 



FREDERICK LIONEL THOMAS 
BETTY LEE RUSSELL 



ROBERT WAYNE RODGERS 
FLORENCE JANE SPINDLER 



FIFTH ROW 



JAMES MARSHALL DePUE 
ANN DAVIS 



CARL HAYES FORBES. JR. 
PATRICIA ANNE STANSBURY 



EDWARD CHARLES STANSBURY 
WILLIAM E. SHINGLETON 



GRUINE ROBINSON 
FRANK GRISWOLD ORR 



SIXTH ROW 

KATHLEENE M POCKSTALLER MARY MILDRED GOFF 



CHARLES R, KUNKLE 



JAMES NEWELL BRAY 



GEORGE KISH MOURE 
YVONNE MITCHELL 



GEORGE IRVIN REXROAD 
JULIA ANNE REILEY 



SEVENTH ROW 



EVELYN MIRIAM DAVIDSON 
MITCHELL MICKEL 



WILLIAM SCOTT BERGDOLL 
KENNETH JUNIOR HASLEBACHER 



BARBARA SARGEANT 
ROY ALVIN SCHAFER 



SAMUEL COMSTOCK McCORKLE 
SHIRLEY FRANCES JANIS 



EIGHTH ROW 
CHARLES ERNEST CHAMPE DRUID EMMETT WHEELER 

RUTH ALICE HUNT KATHLEEN MARGIE KARR 



JACK WILSON CHIDESTER 
JANET LYNNE RUST 



RUFFNER STALNAKER 
CORNELIA SCHOFIELD 



NINTH ROW 



CARL WINSTON THOMPSON 
MICHAEL JUOSON MOORE 



MARTHA JANE MOUNT 
RAYMOND McDADE 



ROBERT MacFARLAND 
PEGGY ANNE HARPFER 



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RUSSELL MORGAN STEWART 
BETTY JANE BARNS 



ALEX N. BOLTON 

NANCY BROKAW EBELING 



HERBERT R. ETZ 
WILLIAM T. DULANEY 



JANIS KATHRYN HENDERSON 
ROBERT L. WHITE 



NADA MAY SEABRIGHT 
EUGENE PARKER ST. CLAIR 



A. COLIN McCLUNG 
MAX LEE PUILLEN 



SECOND ROW 



KATHERINE ANN CREEL 
CHARLES DEFOREST BOYER, JR. 



JEAN MARIE HADDOCK 
JOHN PERRY 



JOHN UNDERWOOD TAYLOR 
THEODOR LOUIS 5CHUCHAT 



THIRD ROW 



REPS WALDEN DEVORE 
ARTHUR ARDMAN 



KENNETH JOHN PETERS 
M. IRENE SHIVELY 



JAMES GERRARD ERSKINE 
GERTRUDE COCHRAN ROSY 



FOURTH ROW 



PERRY FLOYD HOLSTEIN 
JACK EDWARD DAVIS 



MARGARET MORRISON 
FRED D. LECKIE 



GRANT STEPHEN DEAHL 
ROBERT C. TONRY 



WILLIAM L. WAGNER 
BURTON EARL BRIDGE, JR. 



BETTY JANE CRAZE 
DELOYD JOHN BELL 



FIFTH ROW 



ROBERT GRAVES HENSLEY 
SYLVESTER RICH. II 



JOHN V. ROBERTS 

HELEN DOROTHY MATTHEWS 



WILLIAM MANLEY WYCKOFF 
FLORENCE EVELYN CORNELL 



MARVIN DAVID ORRAHOOD 
JOSEPH K. BUCHANAN 



SIXTH ROW 



JAMES STANLEY HEAVNER 
ROBERT EARL RICHARD 



EUGENE DIXON CAUSSIN 
RALPH MOHNEY RYMER 



DENNETH EDISON HAMRICK 
LAWRENCE FREDERICK WAGNER 



SEVENTH ROW 



JOSEPH GIBSON, JR. 
THOMAS SNIDER ROBISON 
ROBERT CLARENCE PIERSON, JR. 



WILLIAM ATHA CONAWAY 
ELBERT E. LEGG 



THOMAS H. BOOTH 
CHARLES H. WAGONER 



GEORGE STURGISS CHADWICK 
EUGENE I. WILLIAMS 



RICHARD DICKERSON FRAZIER 
ELINOR MAE WARD 
JAMES WYATT OILS, IV 



EIGHTH ROW 



DORIS CLAIRE YOUNG 
RICHARD SAMUEL STEPHENS 



DONA JEAN TISSUE 
BILL ANDERSON WEAVER 



JOSEPHINE HAWKER 
JOHN JOSEPH COLEMAN 



JOHN S. ARCHER 
HARRY NATHAN CASTO 
BETTY JANE RUDE 



NINTH ROW 



HARRY TUT CALLAHAN 
CORNELIUS O'NEIL O'FARRELL 



HERBERT ROY TAYLOR 
ROBERT CHARLES ALGUIRE 



HELEN LUELLA McGRAW 
RICHARD PAUL JONES 



ELDER DAVID ZIEGLER 
GERALDINE ROBISON 



TENTH ROW 



JOHN JUSTUS PFOST 
T. A. KNOTTS 



BETTY LEE RUSSELL 

JOE CRADDOCK ELLIOTT 



NORVAL EUGENE ROGERS 
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Richard Feller, Clarence Caudill, Porter Hartman, Jack McPherson, Fred John- 
son, James Linvllle, Lear Roberts, Jack Browning, Paul Deem, Frank DeVincent, 
Edward Eiland, James Farris, A. H. Forman, George Flogshead, L. T. Kondra- 
tick, Charles Reitz, Joseph Bertalan, Reece Boone, Harold Butler, Dallas Cain, 
Gordon Campbell, Charles Caudill, hHerschel Cohen, Quinter Colebank, John 
Crow, William Dimmick, William Dixon, Benjamin Dudek, John Greco, James 
Hare, Robert Heyl, Alfred Johnson, William Lawton, James Martin, Charles 
Montgomery, Charles Reading, Edward Smith, Robert Thomas, Archie Thomp- 
son, Charles Wehner, Lloyd Brake, Edward Counts, Robert Counts, Gino DePao- 
lis, Bruce Erickson, Lyie Finley, James Foster, Lyhle Glllenwater, James Harless, 
Kenneth Kay, William Melenric, Hermes Montagna, William Morrison, Mansell 
Orell, John Scott, James Sinnett, Harold Stotler, Dalton Taylor, Donald Walker, 
Joseph Zingale, John Archer, H. V. Bell, William Bergdoll, Lewis Brown, Aroldo 
Burchianti, Clifford Cole, Reps Devore, John Fleshman, Carl Forbes, Leo Francis, 
Herbert Glenn, George Goff, Virgil Greco, Harry Halliwell, Kenneth Hasel- 
bacher, Joseph Hawvermale, Samuel Jacobson, Lawrence Jemison, William Kay, 
Marshall Leatherman, Louis Loria, Raymond McDade, William McNemar, Carl- 
ton Miller, Frank Orr, Beniamin Ponek, Warren Post, Richard Rayle, John Roberts, 
Jack Samples, Paul Sinsel, Harry Tamenne, Frederick Thomas, Lois Keith, Spon- 
sor. 

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Front; F. Pfost (Manager). J. C. Falkonstino. W. L. ColeUy. 
J. Adams, C. W. Gregory, R. L. Brock, Jr., R. W, PiHs. 

Rear: R. W. McKinley, R. W. Knight, R. E. Johnion (Cap- 
tain), H. E. Martin. E. F. Riley. J. M. Nicholj. D. L. CoHrill 
(Coach). 



THE RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS 



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Sitting: C. B. Highland, Jr.. Second Lieutandnt, 
Infantry: John R, Tyjon, First Liautcndnt, Infantry; 
Jamet S Dawjon. First Li«uttnant. Infantry; W. R. 
Orton, Lieutenant Colonel, Infantry. Commanding; 
Harvey Shelfon, Lieutenant Colonel, Infantry, Sen- 
ior Infantry Instructor; Robert H. Such, First Lieu- 
tenant, Chemical Engineers, Senior Engineering 
Instructor; H. A. Oickerson, First Lieutenant, Chem- 
ical Engineers: George G. Megrail, Second Lieu- 
tenant, Chemical Engineers. 

Standing: Joseph E. Young, Master Sergeant; 
Arthur W. Siddont. Staff Sergeant; Leo R. Tuttle. 
Sergeant: Thomas D. Chlsman, Sergeant; John A. 
Stewart, Private. 




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First Row: R. W. Nelson, G. E, Cox, J. F. Wright, R. E. Swisher, W. S. Mitchell, W. A. Winter, F. J. Billings, D. L. Bergdoll, A. C. 
Oms, L. H. Myers, C. Boggs, J. R. Scott, J. B. Crawford, H. H. Parsons, L. J. Hancock, R. K. Weekly. Second Row: C. K. Mc- 
Whorter, W. R. Hale, J. J. Howard, J. A. McVicker, E. L. Wolfe, C. Lovett, B. F. Ford, J. R. Moore, K. L. Hewitt, W. R. Keyser, 
J. E. Walker, R. W. Knight, P. H. Williams, W. A. McCoy. Third Row: W. L. Gould, R. E. Vensel, E. Timbers, H. A. Casto, W. L. 
McFarlane, G. Parsons, E. J. Farrara, C. G. Lowther. Fourth Row: R. Sergent, R. Duranti, E. Denis, R. R. Tatterson, J. W. Hill, B. 
F. Thompson, G. W. John, F. L. Meti. Fifth Row: E. C. Douglass, 5. L. Brown, R. E. Rollyson, C. M. Brown, J. W. Vines, H. R. 

Pyle, P. W. Hall, J. G. Papandreas. 



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First Row: J. Warman, R. Owens, D. Furfari, Jr., K. Hamrick, R. W. Devore, K. Haslebacher, S. A. Rybeck, M. Kelly, M. D. Samples, 
E. Ziegler, R. Deeds, C. Logue, J. Tucker, E. Pritchard, R. Schafer. Second Row: R. Albertaziie, C. Barr, J. Peddycord, II, R. E. 
Faulkner, R. Temeles, F. A. Andy, T. Schuchat. W. S. Flaherty, R. T. Crawford. Third Row: J. S. Heavner, R. G. Wysong, M. Mickel, 
J. F. Hall, G. B. Birurakis, F. Gerkin, A. Panson, A. J. Spencer. Fourth Row: O. Pryor, J. Kidd, J. Gwinn, W. L. Jacobs, L. Modi, 
W. E. Burroughs, J. A. Thompson, D. P. Radabaugh. Fifth Row: J. H. Phelps, J. O. Cain, G. Abraham, H. N. Crichton, N. J. 

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Fint Row: K. Lemley. W. F. Goldimilh. F. Oliver. J. W. Singleton. W. C. Braihear. R. C. Spiker. R. R. Ferqujon. W. M. Kin<j. L. 
R. HuYett. J. L. Barrick. M. L. Kammer. D. T. Gray. A. L. Zeidman. J. M. Spinks. Second Row: R, Horrell. C. Metheny. D. Walker. 
G. Giamos. J, Backus. E. C. Siegrist, D. D, Strench, H, C. Carrico. E. V. Wickline, G. C. Orion. R. E. Davii. R. B. Conner. T. G. 
Barnard. G. Rickey. S. Lanqbord. H. R. Carney. J. H Murphy. Third Row: J. L. Salucci. P. Beckett. J. R. Amos. D. Ackley. R. 
Corey. L. Snead. B. Leeper, C. C. Winkler. Fourth Row: T. Nicksick. Jr.. W. S. McCombs. 5. IvIcNeill. P. L. Milllqan. R. R. Rich- 
ardson. H. F. Winter, R. M. Fisher. Fifth Row: G. Tully, H. G. Robinson. S. Gottlieb, H. Fila.di. J. Hacskaylo. J. A. Marra. W. F. 

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First Row: C. M. Mallory, E, R. Hiqglni, J. Hess, V. M. Greco, H. J. Swiliinqer, J. W. Mcllwain. J. Urdanoff. I. CoHIeld. J. Brannon, 
R. Greco. B Specht. L. Pietro, Jr., C. L. Stafford. F. A. Miller, J. Kelly. Second Row: J. Conner. M. W. Watts. W E Shinglelon. 
R. A. Mechling. H. Klein. A. J. Given, Jr.. H. B. Gunnoe. Jr.. P. N. Bowles. J. D. Coyner. Third Row: E. G. Shannon. E. A. 
Kostas, C. Thompson, J. Gibson. D. Hall, J. Oodd. D. Wheeler, W. Phillips, N. Rogers. Fourth Row: R. L. Watson, R. McOade, C. 
F. Michels. W. E Lucas. T. B. Hardman, R. C. Lester, D. L. Chenoweth, W. A. Morrison, J. G. Zekan. Filth Row: K. J. Peters, M. 
D. Orrahood. S. T. Joseph, F. L. Thomas. M. D. Schumann. R. M. Rymer. A. Cohen. M. Allen, J. Whited. 



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First Row: C. O. Hardman, G. L. Davis. J. P. Bland. E. E. Corum. R. R. Wallace. H. T. Linger, E. E. Fawler, C. A, Hefner. J. C. 
Coffman, A. Browning. C. T. Lay, W. T. Lively. E. R. Clark. L. Goode. Second Row: R. L. Bartlett. G. F. Siegrist. F, M. Pfost. W. 
F. Ranson. P. C. Crago. G. F. Pugh. G. Handelsman, W. O. Burchinal. W. G. Stathers. E. S. Goodwin, H. C. Stewart. W. P. 
Marshall. T. A. White. R. L. Hiclcs. Third Row: S. D. Narick. W. E. Bierer. P. M. Goldstein. A. M. Rhodes. H. S. Callison. W. J. 
Melenric. J. E. Saxe, T. S. Smith. J. R. Clem. B. B. Leachman. R. Baric, G, H. Peterson. Fourth Row: P. E. Kaites. L. W. Brake. 
R. L. Wildman, J. Graham. J. R. Romine. Jr.. G. W. Singleton, J. R. Hartman, H. M. Stumpp. Filth Row: J. W. Feller. W. A. 
Powell. R. N. Costilow, R. W. Berry, J. T. Turner. C. Wright, R. S. Kent. V. E. Sencindiver. 



ROTC • ROTC • ROTC • ROTC • ROTC 



First Row: E. Joseph. N. Markos, R. Alquire. E. P. Stockman, H. W. Stein. E. D. Allara. J M. Browne. R. B. Neighborgall, C. 
Unkovich. B. Ponek. J. W. Boggess. J. M. Rukse. C. R. Fleming. L. Loria, J. W. Thomas. Second Row: M. J. Moore. T. A. Knotts, 
R. E. Richard. C. F. Forbes. E. St. Clair. J. A. McCraw. J. E. Huffman, J. W. Oils. H. Humbert. E. T. Zimmer. Third Row: I. Bein- 
horn. S. Lewis. R. Y. Morgan. J. H. Nodurft. J. T. Chambers. M. E. Maddox. J. C. Harless. J. S. McLaughlin. E. D. Pickens. Fourth 
Row: A. Ardman. L. S. DeLynn. A. Stoolfire. J. M. Fleshman. H. R. Hartman. M. L. Quillen. G. A. Fisher. R. C. Pierson. W. F. 
Carroll. Fifth Row: A. E. Hess, L. F. Girard. Jr., T. E. McCay. Jr.. J. R. Walker. C. Lester. J. Elliot. T. Stanley. H. Crawford. 




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First Row: S. P. RoimII. G. A. Hunter, J. C. Hall. H. H. Siik. Jchn N. Hall. M. G. C^muntiii. W. R. Kidd. Jr. Sacond Row D. H. 
Harnith, Jr., J, H. Cline, C. C. Cypherl. R. A. Hayl. W. V. Graham. J. R. Lin»illa. J. C. Burchinal. Third Row: W. 8. Da»is. N. 
M. Gorman, A. W. Paulin. F. Liberatore. J. R. Williams, D. W. Williams. C. O. Sfout. R. E. Schmidt. G. M. Swai.y. Fourth Row; 
C. H. Ballard. Z. Neri, S. J. Julian. J. C, Piccolo. J. B. Damron. G. E. Fatt. R. D. Lyon. E. Alleqrini. N, Morris. Fifth Row: F. 
S. Earnshaw. Jr.. W. H. Combs. M. E. Orell, B. Erickson. G. DePaolis. G. Ballai. H. A. R«ay««, A. Clark. 



ROTC • ROTC • ROTC • R T C • ROTC 



First Row: W R. Gande*. F. Reaves. J. L. Dally. W. E. Kay. J. Perry. G. Egleson. R. F. Slalnaker. G. Brouias. F. E. Van Norman. W. 
Bowers. W. Case. J. Chocola. W. Catletle. R. Kirk. W. Ward. Second Row: G. Urtso. J. Butterworth. J. Haught. J. R. Haw»ernale. 
O. C. Fought. W. A. Conaway. J. Bird. R. Harris, G. D. Hinshelwood. A. M. Labowiti. D. E Alvarei, E. 0. Arters. T. O. Wash. G. 
W. Weaver. Third Row: R. G. Hensley. L. Jemison. B. E. Bridges. W. M. Barnhart. C. R. Kunkle, M. J. Plesa. J. C. Wilcoien. F. 
F. Edele. Fourth Row: F. Leckie, L. K. DuHield, E. Perrine. R. Currey, H. Montagna. C. Boyer. H. Crow. J M. Butcher Fifth Row: 
R. Hewitt, G. C. Egleson. F. Eiland. J. Boley. E. Gomel. P. J. Elcessor. B. Byrne. 



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First Row: J. C. Pomykata. J. C. Falkenstine. C. C. Bragg, S. G. Pase. W. Collins, N. D. Wilson, J. C. Mehalic, S. R. Waters, H. 
B. Patterson, R. B. Malcolm, K, O. Robison, J. P. Marrara, A. H. H x. J. C. Amos. Second Row: C. J. Moser. W. G. House. W. M. 
Brooks, C. A. Coberly, W. A. Wasemann, W. C. Dowling, J. W. Wilson, S. J. Manolis, W. E. Lough, R. W. Counts, C. Goff. W. J. 
Carney, W. A. Bumgardner, H. E. Reed, P. A. Wright, Third Row: H. F. Bell, A. H. Forman, Jr., F. P. Bane, O. S. Mansfield, 

D. A. Zegeer, J. L. Jenkins, A. J. Kaielis, C. B. Fischer, C. Pembroke, R. F. Tritschler, R. E. Muffly, J. D. Dugan, J. A. Kapnicky. 
R. L. Richardson, W. O. Barnard. Fourth Row: C. E. Johnson, J. W. Straton. P. G. Dear. E. J. Fansler, K. W. Kay, D. Breeding, 

E. W. Henry, G. A. Howard, A. C. Colangelo. Fifth Row: J. J. Lanausse, D. T. Taylor, H. P. Whittaker, H. C. Callihan, Jr., C. 

Evans, Jr., W. W. Baker, J. L. Hamilton, R. W. Firchow. 



ROTC • ROTC • ROTC • ROTC • ROTC 



First Row: H. Dinsmore. J. G. Davis, M. M. Davis, J. A. Nunly, L. E. Gillenwater, P. J. Davies. J. B. Atkinson, C. H. Leist, P. F. 
Holstein, A. C. Clark, W. E. Neuman. J. J. Potter, R. Gabriel, G. Benson. W. Bachmann. Second Row: T Spiker, E. Long, G. 
Pearson. R. C. Smith. W. G. Fockler. S. L. Chiazza. R. White. A. E. Previl. L. R. Roberts. M. W. Shafer, G. F. Crewe, L. W. 
Fleming, H. Satterfield, J. Scott, G. Mourat. Third Row: W. Straley. J. King. A. V. Vayda, W. L. Wagner. D. Shay, R. P. Russell, 
F. G. Orr, T. G. Olsen, R. E. Shaffer, H. Halliwell, C. W. Lamson, W. M. Wyckoff, R. Klein. Fourth Row: G. F. Ferguson, S. 
Asseff, J. Smith. C. O. O'Farrell. J. M. Raine, J. L. Miller, D. O. Wiley, L. M. Hickman, P. W. Sinsel. Fifth Row: V. E. Toothman, 
K. L. Walker, R. J. Goodwin, J. B. Carter, D. M. Ammons, J. J. Carducci, R. P. Jones, I. Glassman, T. Lynskey. 




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First Row: R E Sharpi. R D Johnson. C B DoHarl, W E. Moore. W Pollnq. H W. Adams. J G. Couch S«cond Row: L, M. 

Coughlin. R. H. Brown. E E. Smith. W. M. Barker. H. A. Post, C. F. Peer. C. 1^. Layman. H. F. Bowen Third Row: W D. Irvint. 

R H Webster. J. H Burson. W F. Pell. H. G. Larew. K. R Barker. K. R. Orders. A. E. Urbanick Fourth Row: J. A. Fraiier. C. W. 

Gardner. L. E. Sine. L. Ostrye, J. Kennedy. R. Pillhan. G. Bealtie. 



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First Row: W H Price. H. R Eti. E. D Caussin. P Shaw. J, H. Emery. E F. Dourlet. R. L. Hill. G. S. Deahl. YA Reiroad. R. H. Pell 
J H li/lcCormick. R. C. Tonry. G. L. Bueklew. Jr.. J. Cavalcante. C. M. Lutton. Second Row: R. Dunning. W. Berqdoll. C. Cole 
J. Bransford, C. Russell. 0. S. Jackson. J. Lo»ell. J. Chidester. J. O. Reiroad, R S DeMarco. J. Rowan. R. Baldwin. W. Ruhl. R 
lewis. A. C. Hill. Third Row: R. O. Hess. H. H Samples. P. R. Wotrinq. K. R. Watson. H. R Taylor. T. H. Booth. L. R. Hayes. R 
C. Pettit. F. F. Crawford. Fourth Row: E. I. Williams. R K. Flanagan. F. W. ODell. A. J. Fumich. T. A. Cronln. H. A. Glenn. J 
E. Roomy. J. V. Roberts. Filth Row: W. A Weaver. J. E. Davis, E. E. Pinkney. C. R. Cutlip. P. C Douglass. A. J. Kocovines. C. S 

Kahn, Z. B. StarriH. F. Wargacki. 




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First Row: W. E. Parsons. P. O. Babkh, G. Hu«. P. R. Skaff. P. H. Webb, W. R, Johnson, M. L. Hayes, A. Smolin, J. Mercular, F. 
H. Smith, V. Cinnino, H. E. Martin, C. W. Ferguson. N. W. Laughiin. Second Row: J. D. McCue, J. M. Hill, H. T. Nash, J. R. 
Biafora, J. Ryan, C. T. Adams, J. F. Byset, E. E. Franz, E. A. Kulakowski, C. P. Helinski, W. G. Powell. C. Spelock. R. F. Dodrill, 
J. W. Hoy, Jr., E. F. Riley, D. A. Jones. Third Row: H. A. Fisher, J, W. Gray, F. O. Byrer, S. Vanderpool, E. B. Lee. J. E. Ellis, 
R. L. Looney. Fourth Row: R. G. Rawe. R. B. Kinney. W. E. Ely. F. H. Stark. S. R. Cox, Jr.. J. W. Beddow. C. S. Schrader. 
Fifth Row: C. J. Hinkle, J. W. Roberts, P. R. Hamilton, E. M. Nelson, Jr.. H. A. Lee. L. C. Johnson. C. P. Caravasos. J. C. Pappos, 

R. E. Richmond. 



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First Row: C. Maloney. W. L. Graham. D. J. Bell. H. H, Roberts. E. T. Houvouras. E. R. Given. J. Pozega. R. Kaufmann. C. Frazier, 
G. K. Moure. R. M. Dunn. R. K. Bumgardrer. Second Row: L. B. McKinley. F. H. Morecraft. J. R. Thomas. C. E. Champe. G. I. 
Rexroad. T. H. Cox, J. F. Linville. Third Row: J. Eichenmuller, H. C. Crago, J. N. Bray, W. B. Reed, G. A. Price, J. D. Mendenhall. 
C. L. Estill, Jr., G. H. Looney, L. M. Rush. Fourth Row: D. K. Becker. E. R. Moore. J. P. Dornblazer. T. E. Gibbs, C. E. Tucker, C. 
W. Cox, S. O. Jacobson, B. S. Linkinogger. Fifth Row: L. E. Davis. J. R. Hall. P. F, Hill. D. R. Duncan. P. E. Morrison, J. C. 

Smith, H. N. Casto, A. Keleman, C. H. Menke. 







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First Row; H. W. Goff. C. W. Gregory. R. P. Scumacl. R. L. Keplinger. H. D. Hicki. J. D. Mathiai. R E. Johnion. R. Long. J. E. 
Markwood, W. G. Kelly, R. E. Berman. J. L. Moser. P. R. Traubert, R. W. Pitts. Second Row: F. Kutali, P. F. Slorcli. C. W. Lynch. 
E. B. Rucliman, J. S. Marple. G. F. Thiers. W. N. Waliier, R. L. Sommerville. F. Stansbury, C. Zanolti. C Wheeler. W. E. McPherson. 
L. K. Johnson. C. R. Praqer. Third Row: J. Silbauqh, W. 9. Barnette. B. J. Wilson, W. R. McCgne. D B. Skidmore. R. R. Brown, 
P. Shifman, G. L. Morris, W. A. Wayt, R. K. Simons, J. J. Harvey, W. L. Cokeiey, J. Adams. Fourth Row; H. A. Cabrera. R. 
M. Poske, M. S. Tuchman, W. F. Gott, C. C, Ashton, H. L. Anderson, J. D. Cocklin, L. M. RiHIe. Filth Row; K. E. Lowther. J. V. 
Bertschy, H. J. Teets, A. J. Reader, F. S. Fragale. R. G. Fordor, S. Volakis, J. G. Dean. 



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First Row: J. C. Baber, R. C. Cassell, P. E, Nesselroad, R. L. Skaggs, E. E. Stewart. M. Wolperl, E. N. Learner, R. R. Fromharf, 
E. B. Stalnaker. Second Row: R. N. Grier, R. C. Hatch, J. D. Louke, J. W. Carr, I. M. Gerwig, C. W. Neal, P. L. Shade. S. L. 
Berlin. Third Row: B. R. Snedeqar. E C. Grose. C. B. Gregory. D. Tuckwiller. W S. Beard. 0. R. Rogers. E. H. Camisa. R. S. 
Anderson. Fourth Row: A. N. Bolton. N Susnier. B. Stout. J. H, Conley. G. R. Cassell. B. J. Varda. B. C. Johnson. A. S. McClung. 
Filth Row: R. G. Fair. C. E. Evans. A. Loviti, J. P. Bail, J. E. Fike, E. E. Legg, A. K Wells, S. L. Rogers, J. W. Hunt. 




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First Row: F, D. Ward. G. P. Morris. J. P. Painter, J. L. Waters. O. L. Hardman. H. D. Beeler. P. E. Hartman. Second Row: H. 

B. Colborn. W. H. Gardner. R. L. Brock, Jr.. T. B. Rogers. R. L. Hartman. L. W. Thorne. Third Row: E. V. Tlirasti. R. A. Lewis. C. 

W. Wellen. R. N. Jaryis. J. R. Pestum. R. J. Cress. Fourth Row: R. W. Hill, R. W. Marstiller, W. R. Holstein, D. L. Adams, E. R. 

Lester, W. F. Weller, F. R. Yoke, L. Beniamin. Fifth Row: L. R. Dattola. W. Bell. V. J. Fisher, H. D. Shaffer. L. T. Johnson. D. A. 

Naught. H. E. Shatter. 



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First Row: N. Endriiji. J. U. Taylor, W. Post. H. E. Voress. E. Davis. R. S. Stephens, P. DIuznieski. Second Row: W. Bain. R. H. 
Rayle. R. E. Prim. L. Feldman. R. L. Miller, H. T. Callahan. J. G. Erskine. R. D. Frazier. Third Row: E. P. Salvati. J. T. Sullivan, 
W. G. Coffman, J. Baflas, A. Guiducci, J. R. McCoy. T. McDonald. W. V. McNeman. Fourth Row: E. L. Stenger. I. E. Rodgers, Jr., 

L. B. Riley. S. Rich. II, J. A. Frost, R. McFarland. F. P. Ayers. 




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CLHS OFFICERS 

SENIOR CLASS 

RICHARD PHARR President 

HELEN ANDRICK Vice-President 

ANNE STEWART ' Secretary 

CAROL JOHNSON Treasurer 

BETTY CATLETT Historian 

MONZELL HUGHES Senior Man Representative 

BETTY PREECE Senior Woman Representative 

JUNIOR CLASS 

GUY PETERSON President 

ALICE JUNE MASON Vice-President 

BETTY HEAD Secretary 

VIRGINIA BERTRAND Treasurer 

WILLIAM LIVELY Junior Man Representative 

MARY SUE WHITE Junior Woman Representative 

SOPHOMORE CLASS 

EDWARD CARY President 

LOIS KEITH Vice-President 

VIRGINIA GUNNING Secretary 

PATTI SPRINGER Treasurer 

FRESHMAN CLASS 

TED SCHUCHAT President 

MARJORIE GAINES Vice-President 

RUTH BROWN Secretary-Treasurer 




JOHN HACKNEY 



LOUISE BERGDOLL 



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The Student Council of West Virginia Univer- 
sity is potentially an important governing body. 
It is composed of the president and vice-presi- 
dent of the student body, the various class presi- 
dents, and the junior and senior man and woman 

representatives. Its powers are granted by a 
student constitution and they include the ap- 
pointment of a student budget commission and 

JUNIOR CLASS 




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RICHARD PHARR 



GUY PETERSON 



TED SCHUCHAT 



STUDENT COUNCIL 

the supervision of annual student elections. The body; Richard Pharr, senior class president; Mon- 

budqet commission acts in cooperation with the zell Hughes and Betty Preece, senior man and 

school administration in managing student fiscal woman representatives; Guy Peterson, junior 



affairs. 



class president; William Lively and Mary Sue 



Members of the 194! -42 Student Council are: White, junior man and woman representatives; 

John Hackney, president of the student body; Edward Cary, sophomore class president; Ted 

Louise Bergdoll, vice-president of the student Schuchat, freshman class president. 

SOPHOMORE CLASS FRESHMAN CLASS 




OFFICERS 

ELIZABETH DICKINSON President 

CAROL JOHNSON Vice-President 

PEGGY SMITH Secretary 

ROSEMARY WOOD Treasurer 

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The Women's Pan-Hellenic Council is the correspond- 
ing organization for sororities and Its nnembership con- 
sists of the same type of representation as that of the 
Interfraternity Council. By far the most Important activ- 
ity of the Pan-hHellenic Council is its direct supervision of 
sorority rushing. Teas v/ere held at the various sorority 
houses each Friday and the year was climaxed with a 
Pan-Hellenic picnic. Red Nichols and his orchestra played 
for the annual Women's Pan-Hellenic dance held in the 
armory last winter. 




MEMBERS OF INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

First Row — (Senior Representatives): Edward Smith, H 8 H; Don Watts Tuckwiller, A T A; John 
Hill. K A; Orvllle Hardman, K I); J, B, White. * A O; Frederick Smith. * K 2; George Hunter, 

* K ^l': Milton Koslow, 4> i: A; William Gott, "P - K; Frederick Byrer. 11 K .\; Stanley Deutsch. 
HA*; James Crawford, 2 X; Robert Spiker, 2 N; Richard Pharr, i: 4> K; Herbert Goff. T K E. 

Second Row — (Junior Representatives): Robert Muffly, li 9 11; Howard Stewart, A T A; Porter 
Hartman, K A; John McCraw, K 2; Hugh D. Hicks, ■t A B; Robert Huston. <l> K 2); Harry Colborn, 

* K >I'; Jack Lotstein, ■!> i; A; Frank Yoke. * i; K; Charles Gardner, 11 K A; Paul Kaufman, 
n A <t>; Walter Crichton, i) X; Arch Thompson, 2 X; Clark Coffman, Z * E; James Moore. 



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First Row — (Senior Representatives): Carol Johnson. 11 U 'I', 
Evelyn Gordon, 2 A T: Rosemary Wood, A i FI; Virginia Walltup. 
A *: Mary Wheat, AHA; Mary Eleanor Mulholland, X fi; Eliza- 
beth Ann Dickinson, A T; Mary Lou Bullard. K K 1'; Betty Preece, 
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Second Row — (Junior Representatives): WInfred Heitlell. n B ♦ 
Sylvia Klein, 2 A T; Margaret Reid. A A 11: Jane Staubly, A ^ 
Estella Keplinger, A Z A; Peggy Smith, X H; Phyllis Hamilton. A P 
Mary K. Amos, K K I'; Elsie Jean Kacer. 4> M, 



The Interfraternity Council Is the governing body of the 
men's fraternities on the campus and Is composed of one 
senior and one junior representative from each organiza- 
tion; only the senior representative is allowed to vote. 
During the past year the council sponsored the annual 
Men's Pan In the armory: Dean Hudson and his orchestra 
played for the dancing. The annual bridge tournament 
between fraternities Is also under sponsorship of the 
council. 



OFFICERS 






ROBERT SPIKER 


.... President 


STANLEY DEUTSCH 


Vice-President 


MILTON KOSLOW 


Secretary 


JAMES CRAWFORD 


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EDITORIAL STAFF 

BUCKNER MORRIS Editor 

BOB JOHNSON Assistant Editor 

HAROLD BOONE Sports Editor 

BENNY THOMPSON Photographer 

PAHI CUMMINS Secretary 

JEAN MOORE Secretary 

LOIS KEITH Secretary 

NATALIE BARNARD Secretary 

BETTY LOU KOEHLER Secretary 

JIM HARE Organizations 

JOHN NICHOLS Organizations 

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BUCKNER MORRIS, Editor 




BOB JOHNSON 



PATTI CUMMINS 



HAROLD BOONE 



LOIS KEITH 



LYNN JOHNSON 



JEAN MOORE 



To US, the Editor and Business Manager, the classes, but through the cooperation of all those 

job of putting out this book has been fun and it who gave their time and ability, plus some hard 



is our hope and wish that you derive as much work, we found our task an exciting one. 



pleasure and enjoyment from it as we did. Of 



Events of a student body 3,000 strong contrib- 



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MANAGERIAL STAFF 

CLARK COFFMAN Business Manager 

LYNN JOHNSON Assistant Business Manager 

HOWARD BOOMER Advertising Manager 

NICK ENDRIZZI Advertising Salesman 

BILL LAMSON Advertising Salesman 

AARON BROWNING Circulation Manager 

JOAN PYLE Secretary 



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BETTY KOEHLER 



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BILL LAMSON 



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pag^s of the "Monticola." Within lecture halls, 



Filled with pictures of the University, campus 



Greek-letter houses and dormitories, in campus events, athletics and organizations, the 1942 edi- 
activities and on the athletic field, the editorial tion of the "Monticola" Is more than ever before 

staff compiled the events of collegiate activity a pictorial portrayal of what the students of West 



at West Virginia University. 



Virginia University do and how they do it. 



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FRANCES STOTLER 



JOHN HARPER 



HELEN NICHOLS 



THELMA DAVIES 



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In November. 1887, a small bi-weekly magazine ap- 
peared on the University campus. The prospects were 
glowing. By February, however, the editor was saying, 
"Some students are too poor to take the 'Athenaeum' 
and pay for it. Oh, yes, too poor — but they can eat 
oysters every night and roll delicious five-centers between 
their honeyed lips all day long." 

In spite of early ups and downs, the little periodical 
flourished. Today, 55 years later, it is "The Daily Athe- 



naeum," v/ith a circulation of about 3,500 and a regular 
United Press leased wire service. 

"The Daily Athenaeum" is one of the four most Impor- 
tant laboratories of the School of Journalism, now in its 
third year as a school. It was first made a department 
in 1927. Since its founding, more than 97 per cent of its 
alumni have been placed, 40 per cent of whom form a 
distinguished portion of the nation's press. 



Bottom Row: Helen Champnella, Frances Moose, Shirley Staab, Jane B. Matthews, Prof. P. A. Flowers, Dr. P. I. Reed, Prof. R. W. Wild, William bambrick, 
Don Bond. Second Row: Doris Kanode, Elinor Richey. Mary Alice Eades, Elizabeth Skinner, Enid Haller. Dorothy Henderson, Helen Nichols, Helen Louise 
Dent, Frances Stotler. Third Row: Natalie Barnard. Joan Pyle, Lois Keith, Thelma Davies, Barbara Borsos, Gruine Robinson, Katherine Kessel, Faith Bailey, 
Gratta Stidger. Fourth Row: Charles Edger. Patrick Pallotto, Ruth Shaffer, Melvin Riffle, Frances Congress. Ruth Jones, Jack Harper, Ann Bishop, Theodore 

Schuchat, Virginia Harper, Tarn Vannoy. 




Joseph Silbdugh, Business MdOdger; Bill Bam- 

bricti, Editor-in-Chief; Don Bond, Managing 

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HELEN CHAMPNELLA; Matrix, Press Club. News Editor. 

FRANCES MOOSE: Press Club. 

SHIRLEY STAAB: Matrix. Press Club. 

JANE B. MATHEWS: Matrix, Press Club. Literary Editor. 

PROF. P. A. FLOWERS. 

DR. P. I. REED: Director. 

PROF. R. W. WILD. 

WILLIAM BAMBRICK; Journaliers. Press Club. Editor-in-Chief, 
Kapoa Tau Alpha. 

DON BOND; Journaliers, President of Press Club, Managing Editor, 
Kappa Tau Alpha. 

DORIS KANODE: Press Club, Society Editor. 

ELINOR RICHEY: Press Club. 

MARY ALICE EADES: Press Club, Society Editor. 

ELIZABETH SKINNER; Press Club. 

ENID HALLER; Press Club. 

DOROTHY HENDERSON; Matrix, Press Club. Literary Editor. 

HELEN NICHOLS: Matrix. Press Club. News Editor. 

FRANCES STOTLER; Matrix. Press Club. News Editor. 

NATALIE BARNARD; Press Club. 



JOAN PYLE; Press Club. Society Editor. 

LOIS KEITH: Press Club. 

THELMA DAVIES; Matrix, Press Club, News Editor 

BARBARA BORSOS; Press Club, Society Editor. 

SRUINE ROBINCON; Press Club. 

KATHERINE KESSEL: Matrix, Vice-President of Press Club. 

FAITH BAILEY; Press Club. Society Editor. 

GRATTA STIDGER; Secretary. 

CHARLES EDGER; Journaliers, Press Club. Sports Editor. 

PATRICK PALLOnO; Press Club. 

RUTH SHAFFER; Press Club. 

MELVIN RIFFLE: Press Club. 

FRANCES CONGRESS: Press Club, News Editor. 

RUTH JONES; Press Club. 

JOHN HARPER; Journaliers Treasurer, Press Club. News Editor. 

ANN BISHOP; Press Club. 

THEODORE SCHUCHAT; Proofreader. 

VIRGINIA HARPER: Press Club. 

TAM VANNOY; Press Club, Sports Editor. 



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Front Row: Martin Fahey, Dave Johnson, Lee Cottrlll, Tlionias Knapp, Second Row; Pete Bablch, Ed. C. Siegrlst, 
Julius Singleton, William Powell, Warren Point, 



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Founded in 1904, Mountain is the ranking senior 
men's honorary organization of the campus. Member- 
ship in it is limited to outstanding men students who 
have been enrolled in the university for at least five 
semesters. New members are chosen in the spring. 

As part of its program of aiding the university In 
all ways possible, Mountain each year sponsors the 
Mountaineer Week team, one of the most Important 
of all student activities. Active members of Mountain 
in 1941-42 were: Dave Johnson, Summit; Warren 
Point, Trail; Martin Fahey, Cache; John hHackney, Lee 
Cottrlll, Julius Singleton, Roger hHicks, Robert Not- 
tingham, Pete Babich, Thomas Knapp, William Powell, 
Rudy Baric, Lou Kalmar, Arch Bullard, William Lively, 
Gard hHuff, Marcus Comuntzis. Allen Sanders. 



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The Mountaineer Week Teann is a group of good- 
will emissaries sponsored each year by Mountain, sen- 
ior men's honorary. Members of the team visit high 
schools over the entire state and place before their 
student bodies the advantages of attending West Vir- 
ginia University. They serve as a liaison between state 
high schools and the university. 

Tryouts for positions were held in early March under 
the direction of Dr. Richard Aspinail, coach, and the 
annual tour was made in April. Ed. Siegrist was cap- 
tain of the 1942 team, and David Dale Johnson was 
the manager. 



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Front Row; James Burton, William Bambrick. David Dale Johnson. Ed. C. Siegrijt. Richard Pharr, Willard Moore. 
Second Row: Martin Fahey, Woodrow Wyanl. Robert Hughes. Samuel Schafer, Edward Smith. 




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Top Row: Robert Hughes. Jack Lotstein, Warren Point, Lee Cottrill, Thomas Knapp, Paul Deem. Second Row: 
Stanley Deutsch, Robert Cranston, William Bambrick, John Springer. Third Row: Kenton Hall Milton Koslow 

Gard Huff. 



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Sphinx, senior men's honorary, is one of the most 
active organizations on the campus of West Virginia 
University. Members are selected in the spring of 
each year on the basis of their scholarship, activities in 
the interest of the school, and for extra-curricula 
achievement. 

Sphinx also sponsors awards for the best decorated 
fraternity house on hHomecoming Day and with Moun- 
tain, acts in cooperation with the Mountaineer Week 
Team; each year it gives certificates to the ten high- 
est ranking freshmen. In line with its policy toward 
freshmen, Sphinx helps to publish the freshman hand- 
book and conducts freshman guidance meetings. 

Officers of 1941-42 are: Lee Cottrill, Emperor; 
Robert hHughes, Secretary; Dorsey Cole, Treasurer. 



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Fi Batar Cappar is the men's mock honorary for 
lettermen and campus leaders: Alfa chapter was 
founded at West Virginia University on March 13, 
1914. The members of the new society adopted as 
their badge the small square of leather, emblematic 
of the goal of college life, the sheepskin. The fastener 
is a small piece of brass whose significance is a secret 
of the organization. 

During the year Fi Batar played an important part in 
enforcement of freshman rules, held the first bonfire 
on the campus in three years, helped to send the band 
to the Navy football game, held its annual Tag Day, 
and was co-sponsor of a banquet for the basketball 
team. 

Officers for 1941-42 were: Ed. C. Siegrist, L. H. C. 
P.; Arch Bullard, vice-L. H. C. P.; Jack Browning, 
Keeper of the Conklin; Julius Singleton, Keeper of 
the hHoard. 



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Front Row: William Powell. Lou Kalmar. Roger Hicks, Stanley Deut^ch. Max Kammer. Jack Browning. J. B. White. David Christopher. 
Ed. C. Siegnst, Woodrow Wyant. Charles Hardman, John McCue. Second Row: Harry Ad«ms. Quintin Barncttc. Fred Siegrist. Albert 
Klebe, George Sharp, Dick McElwee. Wesley Brashear. Guy Peterson. Third Row; James Couch. Victor Peelish, Stephen Narlctt, Orvllle 
Hardman, Norman Laughlin. Charles Schrader, James Collier. Clark Coffman. Fourth Row: Richard Pharr, David Johnson, John 
Katchur, Charles Yost, Virgil Williams. Gene Corum, Arch Bullard, Charles Wilson. Not in picture: John Hackney, William Lively 

Julius Singleton. William Gardner, Al Strouse, 




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Top Row: Mary Lou Bullard. Betty Jane Preece Janet June Watson, Laura Louise Bergdoll, Nancy Jo Ballengee, 
Betty Lee Katz. Second Row: Sara Louise Harrington, Mary Eleanor Wheat, Elizabeth Ann Dickinson, Elsie Jean 
Haden, Sarah Elizabeth Hashinger. Third Row: Margaret Anne Eagen, Margaret K. Hannah, Christine McMillen, 



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Mortar Board Is the honorary organization for sen- 
ior women. Its members are chosen from among 
senior girls who have proven themselves to be out- 
standing in leadership, scholarship, and service to the 
university. 

Laurel Cottage, a cooperative house maintained 
for the benefit of the university girls is an important 
contribution made by Mortar Board to the welfare of 
the student body. They compile a freshman honor 
roll for girls who make an average of 2.5 or better 
their first semester. This year they have been taking 
a survey of student opinion on convocations with a 
view to giving suggestions to the convocation com- 
mittee. 

A history of the campus club was compiled by the 
group this year. 



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Rhododendron is the junior women's honorary, it 
was organized to give junior women who had shown 
promise in scholarship, leadership, and character an 
opportunity to work together for the benefit of the 
university. 

The outstanding project of the group is the spon- 
sorship of Rhododendron house, a cooperative estab- 
lishment organized on the campus in order to help 
university women to live as economically as possible 
and yet to give them the advantages of group life. 
This year the organization assumed the leadership of 
students' work in the National Red Cross. 

Current officers are: Sylvia Klein, president; Mar- 
tha Muldoon, vice-president; Martha Gibson, secre- 
tary; Bette Downs, treasurer. 



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Phyllis Hamilton, Hazel Elizabeth Stump. Estella Lee Keplinger, Martha Gibson. Dorothy Jane Henderson. Not 

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Top Row; Miriam Forester, Mary Alice Eades, Mary Kathryn Amos, Pegqy Smith, Virginia Catherine Stout, Bar- 
bara Jean Knight. Second Row: Dorothea Francine Morris. Eetty Jane Cronin, Ruth Irene Hall. Jean Gump. 
Third Row: Elizabeth Lee Aronson, Cora Anne Holden. 



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Awa. The principle function of the organization is to 
give advice and assistance to freshman women and to 
aid them in adapting themselves to university life. 
Members of the group serve as hostesses at the fall 
tea for freshman girls. 

The organization was founded at Wesi Virginia Uni- 
versity in 1927 and is the outstanding honorary activ- 
ity for sophomore women. Officers are: Peggy Smith, 
president; Cora Ann hlolden, vice-president; Virginia 
Stout, secretary; and Barbara Knight, treasurer. 



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Associated Women Students is an organization 
composed of all women students enrolled in the uni- 
versity. The A. W. S. Council serves as a governing 
board for the entire association. Officers for the 
council were: Betty Canniff, president; Mildred Moon, 
first vice-president; June Watson, second vice-presi- 
dent; Betty Stump, secretary; Cora Ann Holden, 
treasurer. 

Among the varied activities of A. W. S. have been 
its sponsorship of an Open hHouse at Moore hHall every 
Friday evening and the annual Gold Diggers Ball, at 
which the women entertain the men. Freshman guid- 
ance meetings were also held in order to acquaint the 
incoming girls with the campus and all the complica- 
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Row: Sara Louise Harrington, Betty Canniff, Miriam Forester, Cora Anne Holden. Nancy Jo BaHengee. 




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Deep from the West Virginia Hills a hardy band of Mount- 
aineers stuck their necks out in the Garden much like the pro- 
verbial groundhog. But contrary to the woodchuck policy, they 
neglected to crawl back in their hole for six more weeks of sleep. 
Unsung and unheralded, appearing in the National Tournament 
as an after-thought. Dyke Raese's motley crew of spheroid tossers 
opened the tournament with a tremendous upset over the re- 
nowned Long Island Blackbirds. Continuing their role of under- 
dog, they licked Toledo and Western Kentucky to cop the tourney 
championship which is the world championship itself. 

Showing an odd assortment of players in tall, dynamic Captain 
Rudy Baric; rotund Scotty hiamilton; Dick Kesling; muscular Lou 
Kalmar; and pint-sized Shorty hHicks, the future champs soundly 
convinced the Long Island boys that New York was not in the 
running this year. With Dick Kesling sending the game into 
overtime with a last-minute foul shot the Mountaineers really went 
to work in the extra canto, rolling up thirteen tallies to four for 
LIU. The final score: West Virginia, 58; Long Island, 49. 

The semi-final found the Raesemen facing the powerful Toledo 
Rockets who had made mincemeat of Rhode Island in their open- 
ing game. Led by high-scoring Bob Gerber the confident Rockets 
jumped into an early lead but were soon overtaken by the West 





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Virginians who led at half-time, 25 to 23. With Rudy Baric shack- 
ling Gerber and Shorty Hicks leading the attack the Toledo 
quintet was virtually blasted fronn the floor as the Mountaineers 
poured shots in from every angle to avenge a previous defeat 
by the Ohioans in the 1941 season. Final score: West Virginia, 
51; Toledo, 39. 

Thrilling the eighteen thousand fans, West Virginia wrote the 
last page in their 1942 season by downing the vaunted Western 
Kentucky team from Bowling Green, Ky. In the first half some 
sensational shooting was exhibited by the Kentuckians who led by 
an eight-point maroin at the half. However, not to be outdone, 
our boys slipped through nine straight points while holding Ken- 
tucky scoreless. But the lead was short lived as the opposition 
continued to pepper the basket and had tied the score on a foul 
when, with twenty seconds to play, little Roger Hicks was fouled. 
Stepping to the charity line with every spectator standing in 
breathless silence, poker-faced Shorty plunked in the winning 
point, placing West Virginia at the top of the nation's basketball 
teams. They didn't have the size but "they had the heart." 
Final score: West Virginia, 47: Western Kentucky, 45. National 
ranking: No. I — West Virginia Mountaineers, coached by Dyke 
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MARK McHALE President 

FRANCIS McCLUNG Vice-President 

CLAUDE McGHEE Secretary 

TRAVIS O'BRYAN Reporter 

One of the largest organizations on the campus, the Ag Club was 
organized in I 932 in order to stimulate social activity among students 
in the College of Agriculture. 

The Ag Club of today accomplishes that and more too, for its 
program now includes such varied activities as sponsorship of dances, 
several radio programs a year, a judging contest in the spring, and 
aid rendered the College of Agriculture in fulfilling its many 
functions. 

The first Mountaineer Egg and Baby Chick Show, now an impor- 
tant annual event, was sponsored by the Ag Club. The yearly All-Ag 
picnic is an important activity of the Ag Club and usually concludes 
the program for the year. 



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First Row: Travis O'Brien, Ar- 
nold Casto, Roy E. Richmond, 
Darrel Welch. Offa D. Mc- 
Cutcheon, David L. Bergdoll, 
Richard Malcolm. Claude Mc- 
Ghee, Wood row Wyant, Ma < 
Kamer. Second Row: Gibson 
Fair. Oscar Shubert. Ralph Ser- 
qeant. James Flke. Joe Bailes, 
John Couley, William Roberts, 
Stanford Fertig, Frank Mc- 
Clunq, Ivan Gerwlg. Third Row: 
John Shoulders, Guy Tatt'erson. 
William McFarland. Pete Bab- 
bich, Richard Sovlne, John 
Harvey, Richard Skaggs, Mark 
McHale, Bond LInkonoqer. 
Fourth Row: Bob Hartley, Ben 
Nutter, Ralph Costello. Selwyn 
Vanderpool, Bill Wayt, Birk 
Lowther, Denzll Listen. William 
Winfrey. Fifth Row: Carl 
Thomas. William Cokley. Lester 
Hildreth, Roscoe Dodrlll. James 
Duckworth. Gale Bland, Har- 
old Jones. Robert Pitts. 




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DAIRY CATTLE JUDGING 
TEAM 

Clifford Dunn, Francii Mc- 
Clung. I. 0. Po'lerlield. 6"^ 
Lowllier, G. A. Bowling 
Icoacll). Weit Virqinio Apple 
Judging Team- W. H. Child! 
(coach), J. J. Fogle. E. S. 
Love, Jr., R. E. Fike, M. L. 
Kammer. Poultry Judging 
Team— Front Row; Prof. E. T. 
Wighlman (coach), Jamei 
Duckworth. Second Row: Vic- 
tor Lee, John Harvey. 



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Important In the functions of the College of Agriculture are its 
various Judging Teams. During the past year the teams achieved 
admirable success in competition throughout the East. 

The West Virginia University Dairy Cattle Judging Team placed 
flrsl- in the 1941 Eastern Intercollegiate Dairy Cattle Judging Con- 
test at Springfield, Massachusetts; It also placed first in the judgin 
of Jerseys. The Apple Judging Team won first place in the Easte 
Intercollegiate Fruit Judging League at College Park, Maryland 
the twenty-fourth Eastern Intercollegiate Poultry Judqing Contest 
Rutgers University, the Poultry Judging Team won fourth place w 
eleven teams In competition. 




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Front Row: Robert H. Blact, 
Birk C. Lowther. Philip Hall. 
Second Row: Orlan Post, Rob 
ert Pitts. Livestock Judging 
Team — Front Row: Lem Goode 
(coach). Marvin Akins, Darl 
Pike, Ural Bee. Second Row: 
Worth Beall, Clifford Dunn, 
Harold Jones, Francis H. Mc- 
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ROBERT SOMMERVILLE 
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Secrefary-Treasurer 



Alpha Epsilon Delta is the only national honorary for pre-medical 
students and was founded at the University of Alabama in 1925. 
The local chapter was organized in 193 I . 

The society sponsors trips to the leading nnedical centers in this 
section of the country each year and invites speakers to address the 
pre-nnedical students in convocations. This year a series of educa- 
tional nneetings have again been held; after a short business business 
session, mennbers of the medical and pre-medical faculty presented 
short talks upon Interesting discoveries in the scientific world. This 
year the national convention was held in Morgantown under the spon- 
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Top Row: Eldon Tucker, Ralph 
Berman, Warren Point. Robert 
Lyons, Brady Randolph, Ben 
Leeper. Second Row: Mary 
Clark, Reece Boone, Frances 
Mehalic. Robert Sommerville, 
Charles Houck. Third Row: 
Elrie Rodgers, John Harper. 



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JAMES LEGGEH President 

WILLIAM MORGAN Vice-President 

RADINE WESTFALL Secretary-Treasurer 

Honorary dramatic fraternity on the campus is Alpha Psi Omega. 

The members have been particularly active this year in playing the 

/-J role of hosts to the contestants participating in the West Virginia 

sj]^,v/i/r'te'"-Scholastic Speech Contest and the Thespian Contest. They 

/e^een helpful also in the production of four plays this season, 

the Count," "Gold in the htills," "Ladies In Retirement," 

w Jacket." 

truction of a float for the Ordnance Day Parade was the 
important undertaking of the fraternity. The float was awarded 
first prize. 



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Top Row: Lyall Jackson Feath- 
er. Charles Francis Printz. Wil- 
liam Barnes Morgan, Georg- 
anne Murray. Shiriey Eloise 
Rubenstein. Mary Eleanor Mul- 
holland. Second Row: James 
Samuel Leggetf. Carl Davrs 
Farnsworth. Ellen Marie Camp- 
bell, William Burchlnal, Alice 
June Mason. Third Row: Bon- 
nie Jo Cowell, Estelle Sylvia 
Miller. Dorothy Green. Mar- 
jorle Garlow. Members not in 
picture: Betty Boyd, Ruth Buf- 
fington. Radine Westfall, Gloria 
Rogerson, Edward Phelps. Ber- 
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PETE BABICH Chancellor 

BIRK LOWTHER . Censor 

OSCAR SCHUBERT . . Scribe 

BRUCE SKIDMORE Treasurer 

CLAUDE McGHEE Chronicler 

The only honorary agricultural fraternity on the campus, the W/§^t 
Virginia chapter of Alpha Zeta was established In 1922. Its pu 
is the development of the farm home, through an organizatloryTS^n- 
trolled by agricultural students. It Is advised by member^ fcfHK 
agricultural faculty. 

The national fraternity was founded at Ohio State Unlver^HvJn 
1897. John F. Cunningham and ten other charter members|estab 
llshed the Townshend chapter and since then the organization h 
grown to include forty-four chapters. 




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BIrk Lowther. Peter Babich. 
Oscar Schubert, Claude Mc- 
Ghee, Robert Pitts. Second 
Row: Gilbert Schubert. Dar- 
rel Welch. James Falltenstine, 
Jack Barriclt. Travis O'Brien, 
George Gist, francis McClung. 
Third Row: Robert Henderson. 
Ralph Costello. John Harvey. 
Carl Thomas, Stanford Fertig. 
John Haestcayto, William Cok- 
ley. Charles Dorsey. 



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Front Row: Virqll Allen, Clar- 
ence Bragg, John Carpenter. 
Sam Pellerite, John Amos. 
Second Row: Gray Trembly, 
Thomas Riggs, Harry Bell. Rob- 
erf Holland. Third Row: John 
Pomykata, Henry Reed, Dr. A. 
H. Forman, John Maurer, Car- 
men Prozillo, Hawes. Fourth 
Row: Homer Hi'x, Otto Mans- 
field, William Nye, George 
Russell, Owen Wright. Fifth 
Row: Ceirl Shay, Charles Shaf- 
fer, Hardie Forman, Kilmer 
Sites. Sixth Row: John NIckell. 
Not in picture: Chris Nicorvo, 
Thomas McCarty. 




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CHARLES SHAFFLR President 

JOHN AMOS Vice-President 

HARDIE FORMAN Secretary 

CHARLES HOLLAND Treasurer 

^ r\-^^Qh)e of the primary purposes of the American Institute of Electrical 
aife^l a e rs is to enable electrical engineers to present technical papers 
before! an audience, each member being required to present four 
er^ during the year. 

standing speakers are also presented to engineering students 
and the organization each year participates in the junior-senior engi- 
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Front Row: Mr. Crajg Waugh. 
Prof. F. L. Geller, Cfttherine 
Bunlen. Sydney Shirley, Robert 
Horretl. Charlet Juitice, Cl«y 
Greenwell, Dale Simmons. 
Roger 0. Griffith, Obyra Quick. 
Gladys Stafford, Dean J. L. 
Hayman. Second Row: S. 
Thomas Joseph. Stephert 
Thompson. William Goldsmith. 
Robert O. Nelson, Claude 
Hamrick. Marvin Samples. Carl 
Thompton Eggle Kuper. Third 
Row: John Vines. Jack Spinks, 
James Colfee. Paul Trenton. 
William Diion, Charles Mich- 
els. Charles Wilson. Nathaniel 
Graff. Fourth Row: Robert 
Shirey, George Fisher. Gates 
Wigner. Jack Ellison. Elliot 
Namay. Frank Williamson, John 
Elsey, George Rice. Fiftti Row: 
Carl Greco, George John, Al- 
fred Lovitz, Robert Lester, WII- 
liam Morrison. Charles Starch- 
er. Slith Row: James Kelly. 
Carl Metheny. Ralph Ferguson. 
Lewis. 



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OFFICERS 

GATES WIGNER President 

ROBERT SHIREY Vice-President 

JACK ELLISON Secretary-Treasurer 

It was not until 1914 that the Board of Governors granted the 
request of the State Pharmaceutical Association that a pharmac 
department be established in the School of Medicine; the first course 
consisted of two years' work and led to the degree, Gradua te-tn 



Pharmacy. In 1917, three and four-year courses were added but 
only the four-year course survived after 1932, meeting the stricter 
requirements of the American Association of Colleges of PharmlSy?^ 
in 1936 the Board of Governors ordered that a College of Pharmacy 
be established as a separate unit of the University. 




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ROBERT T, HUGHES, JR President 

WILLIAM F. LOCKHART Vice-President 

FRED SEIGRIST Secretary-Treasurer 

DR. CARL FRASURE Pre-Law Advisor 

Delta Nu Tau Is the honorary pre-law fraternity formed at West 
Virginia University in 1932 to give honor to the better students in 
the pre-law group. 
TV* With the fraternity as a nucleus the pre-law students are organized 
to familiarize the group with problems of the Law profession and to 
bring each member in closer contact with the Law School. 

Members of the Law School faculty, prominent lawyers and judges 
speak to the group during the year. The organization presents a cup 
'to the pre-law student who receives the highest average with the 
greatest number of honor points during his freshman year. 



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Top Row; Jack Turner, Rob- 
ert Scott. Edwin Timbers, Jack 
Beddow, Harold Boone. Sec- 
ond Row; Charles Yeager Jack 
Williams, Guy Morris. June 
Watson, King Johnson, John 
Romine, Howard Boomer, Third 
Row: William Lockhart, Robert 
Hughes, Zane Gray Staker, 
Charles McWhorter. 




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First Row: Frances Kea r n j, 
Anne M cCra V, Estella Kep 
linger. Elizabeth Bierer, Fran 
ces Fortney. Helen Hardman 
Joan Taylor. Betty Blocltmore 
Betty Kay Brumbaygh. Second 
Row: Betty Hogan, Laura Mae 
Bartlett. Barbara DeVore, Lois 
Moore. Anne Feeny, Nina 
Wyatt. Hazel Pritts. Third 
Row: Miss Griffin. Ester 
Healey. Miss Sheats, Mist Foi. 



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OFFICERS 

ESTER HEALEY President 

BETTY KAY BRUMBAUGH Vice-President 

HAZEL PRITTS Secretary 

JOAN TAYLOR Treasurer 

Members of the Dolphin Club are chosen from among outstanding 
students in swimming classes for women. It is an honorary oganlza- 
tion, sponsored by Miss Grace Griffin, Associate Professor of Physi- 
cal Education. 

Activities during the past year have included the presentation of 
an annual water pageant and sponsorship of intramural swimming 
meets. It has also conducted tryouts for university students who 
desire to participate In the National Telegraphic Swimming Meet. 




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Front Row: Orvllle Hard man, 
Robert Nelson, George Davis, 
William Parsons. J. B. White. 
Charles Lawall. Second Row: 
Herman Winter, James Ken- 
nedy, Buckner Morris. Warren 
Point, Hugh Hicks. Roger 
Hicks. Third Row: William 
Mcpherson. Conrad Prager. 
William Lively. James Moore. 




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BILL PARSONS Eight Ball 

GEORGE DAVIS Vice Eight Ball 

LARRY SANCHEZ Cue 

WHITE Rack 

IhARLES lawall Cue Ball 

\MRREN POINT Chalk 



-"rimarily a good fellowship organization, West Virginia Alpha 
pter of Eight Ball v/as founded March 19, 1939. Several social 
f iir ctions are held each semester for the members of the chapter 
well as the banquet in May in honor of the graduating seniors. 
_Dne of the principal projects of the organization is the awarding 
of a cup to the winner of the interfraternlty Christmas serenade con- 
test; the 1942 award went to Phi Kappa Psi. 



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CHARLES WILSON • . . President 

DALE SIMMONS Vice-President 

CLAYTON GREENWELL Secretary-Treasurer 

PROF. G. A. BERGY Adviser 

Eta Chi Phi, pharmaceutical honorary scholastic fraternity, is conn- 
posed of members of the student body of the College of Pharmacy. 
It was organized in 1938 as the Capsule Club, and took the name 
Eta Chi Phi in 1940. 

The purpose of the organization is to encourage scholarship and 
promote professional pharmacy among the students of the College 
of Pharmacy. 

Eta Chi Phi has sponsored several talks by eminent pharmacists. 




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Front Row: Gales E. Wigner. 
Albert Woicil. William Gold- 
smith, Obyra Quick. Clay 
Greenwell, Dale Simmons, 
Charles Wilson. Roger D. Grit 
fith. Second Row; Carl Greco 
James Callee, Robert Shirey 
Robert O. Nelson. Claude t-lam 
rick, Elliot Namay, Jack El 
son. Third Row: Robert Pierce 
George Fisher. Frank Willia 
son. Ralph Ferguson. William 
Dixon. James W. Kelly. 




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BEHY HASHINGER President 

MABEL VAUGHN GRIMES Secretary 

MARGARET HAMPTON Committee on Arrangements 

BETTY ROSE MILLER Committee on Arrangements 

VIRGINIA McWHORTER Accompanist 

Lee Alfred, Ora Allendar, Ann Beatty, Frances Berry, Josephine Berry, Maxine Blackshire, 
Martha Brown, Eugenia Cassidy, Margaret Chipps, Helen Chittum, Mary Chrisman, Sarah 
Clevis, Betty Cummings, Ethel DeBolt, Freda Dodge, Nancy Dodrill, Virginia Lee Dowdy, Mary 
Dyer, Fay Evans, Helen Fisher, Margaret Fogle, Pearl Forbes, Miriam Forester, Julia Gibbs 
Friend, Susie Frum, Marjorie Gaines, Martha Gallaher, Yvonne Gallaher, Mabel Vaughn Grimes, 
athleen Guerrieri, Jeanne Haberer, Jeanne Haddock, Marjorie Hall, Dorothy Hamill, Mar- 
ar^t Hampton, Betty Hashinger, Mabel Hoskins, Ruth Hunt, Vesta Jennings, Alice Keener, 
Grace Keyser, Jacqueline Leigh, Bertha Virginia LeRoy, Patsy Ludey, Christie 
Doris Martin, Elfrieda Mays, Jean McMillen, Betty Rose Miller, Jo Clare Miller, 
roe, Elizabeth Moore, Mary Moore, Margaret Morgan, Nancy Morris, Martha 
O'Neil, Eloise Parsons, Anna Pasculle, Dorothy Pealer, Anita Peck, Ellen Perrin, 
Orpha Reidler, Caroline Reighard, Emma Jane Rhodes, Reba Rhodes, Mary 
Robinson, Genevieve Rutecki, Daphne Saville, Ruth Selby, Margaret Shaffer, 
er, Rosemary Shingleton, Trixie Shrewsbury, Rachel Simon, Mary Ellen Sin- 
Smith, Eleanor Spangler, Clara Spotts, Mary Springer, Frances Squires, Sue 
Helen Stobinsky, Eileen Straight, Maxine Swiger, Anita Tabor, Betty Toothman, Opal 
Ali'ce Trickett, Geraldine Vickers, Barbara Walker, Elizabeth Walton, Frances Watt, Elizabeth 
Weaver. Betty Whittaker, Nancy Williams, Helen Wilson, Irvine Winter, Janet Winter. 



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BETTY McCANN _ President 

FRANCES WATT Vice-President 

JEAN GUMP Secretary 

BEHY SAMUELS Treasurer 

Open to all home economics students, the Home Economics Club 
was created not as an honorary organization, but as a club 
would bind together all students interested In home economlcLV^ 

The biggest events this year were the annual Christmas 
at the hlotel Morgan and the annual spring luncheon. E 
the club sends a large delegation to the State hHome Econom 
vention at Jackson's Mill. Betty McCann is president of t 
Home Economics Club this year. 




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Top Row: Jean Freeland. Ruth 
Hurst. Mable Hoskins, Helen 
And rick, Mary Sue White, 
Emily Jean Bed Martha Welch, 
Bettie Winifred McCann, Betty 
Jane Cronin, Martha Rose Gal- 
la her. Second Row: Barbara 
Louise Bailey. Marlene Madge 
Hayhurst. Mary Mavine Mon- 
roe. VJrqinla WaUup. Mary 
Ann Lewis, Mary Virginia Post, 
Ruth Marie Ridenour, Elizabeth 
Ann Roberts. Bettie Lorraine 
Toothman, Avalon Louise Lin- 
gamfelter. Third Row: Flora 
Lee Post, Rosemary Wood. 
Nancy Alice Williams. Ethel 
2aku*an$ky. Mary Stuart Keen. 
Elsie Jean Kacer. Ma«Ine Viv- 
ian Roland. Betty Jane Preece. 
Mary Elizabeth Wolfe. Lucille 
Meadows. Fourth Row: Fran- 
ces Watt, Rose Ann Pearcy, 
Jean Elinor Ward. Stella Alice 
Weaver. Helen Andrlck. Alma 
Louise Mann, Sara Louise Har- 
rington, Marian Robertson, 
Blanche Fern Islmlnger. Fifth 
Row: Geraldlne Vlcken, Dorit 
Levin. Mary Lou Groves. Bar- 
bara Wallier, Jean Gump. 



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Bottom Row: Jack Browning. 
Walter House, Marcus G. Co- 
muntzis, Henry E. Reed, Paul 
S. Maynard. Second Row: Vir- 
gil Allen, Palmer J. Kuhl, Jack 
Slieplierd, Roy W. Hashlnger, 
John Keleman. Third Row: 
Gaver Powers, Grey Trembly, 
Howard Holtzworth, James 
Couch. Victor Howard. Fourth 
Row: Hillis Sisk. Otto Mans- 
field. John Maurer. Clovis De- 
Hart, Amenigo Cappeleri. Fifth 
Row: Charles Schindler, Benja- 
min Cooksey, George Judy. 
Smith. Hardy Forman. 




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MARCUS COMUNTZIS President 

VICTOR HOWARD Vice-President 

CARLYLE SMITH Secretary 

HENRY REED Treasurer 




a Mu Alpha engineering society was founded not as a scho- 
onorary, but as an organization in which engineering students 
'evelop their interest in the profession. Its name was derived 
from one of Milton's three laws of motion, F equals kMA. 



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Bottom Row: Martha Welch. 
Mary Shahan. Virginia Gall 
Mar, Whrot Helen L, OenI 
Jean Haden, Mrt. R. J. Friant 
Brity Boyd, Thelma Oaviet 
Jane Grow. Mary Ellen Sinclair 
Second Row: Betty Cronin 
Emma CacHey. Ruth Hurtt 
Mar.e Davle«. Franci. Daviei 
Lucrnda Sif. Mariam Whlilon 
«uth Selby. Elfrieda May, 
Wanda Huffman. Third Row 
Helen RobIn«on. Sara Brooli 
Emma J. Murphy. Elaine Field 
Sh.rley Brooki. Sara K. Harner 
Jean Barker. Fourth Row: Betty 
J. Wade. Evelyn O'Neill Vir 
q""a Sterling. Virginia L 
Beard. Jotephine Break iron 
Phoebe Ryan. Lucy Graylon 
Oleta Simpjon. Freda Dodge 
Fifth Row: Alice J. Maton 
Geraldine Picken$. Mary J. Dye 
Irene Shively. Eleanor Pretty 
man. Siilh Row: Betty Whit- 
taker. Eloise Partoni. Margaret 
Rosier. 



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OFFICERS 

JEAN HADEN President 

HELEN L. DENT Vice-President 

JANE ROBBINS Corresponding Secretary 

THELMA DAVIES Recording Secretary 

BARBARA PECK Treasurer 

BETTY BOYD Program Chairman 

MRS. R.J. FRIANT Sponsor 

Kappa Phi, Methodist Girls' Club, was founded at Kansas Univer 
sity, Lawrence, Kansas, in 1916. The club has grown until it now h 
chapters on 26 campuses. 

The ainn of this organization is "Every Methodist Woman in the 
University World of Today, a Leader in the Church of Tomorr ow. 



Kappa Phi is a club whose purpose is to work out a constructive 
plan for active life in the Methodist Church and the world about 
them; to broaden college life by combining social and spiritual^ttfer" 
to train for leadership; to develop talents to the fullest capacity; and 
to form worthwhile friendships. 




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An important function of the University Speech Department is its 
Debating Team. Last year the team made extensive tours through- 
out the East and Mid-West, meeting in competition many of the 
leading universities and colleges of the country. 

In December, the team debated with such teams as Columbia, 
Brown, Yale, hHarvard, Dartmouth, and Pitt. In February, the team 
toured Virginia, Maryland, and culminated the tour in Pennsylvania 
here they won the Quaker State Intercollegiate Debate Tourna- 
ment. In the final tour of the year through Ohio and Michigan the 
team was undefeated in all competition. 

The high point of the season was the Grand Eastern Intercollegi- 
ate Contest, held at Rockhill, South Carolina, where the team was 
highly successful and its individuals achieved outstanding honors. 



DEBUTE T E H M 



Front Row: Clark Coffman, 
Ruth Buffington, Prof. V. D. 
Meeks. Alice June Mason. Sec- 
ond Row: Charles McWhorter, 
Edward Phelps, Aaron Cohen. 
Jordan Pappas. 




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Bottom Ro*»: Waneta Picken«. 
Helen Thompson. June W«t»on. 
Liberta Morano. Jean Chand* 
ler, Bonnie Jo CoweM, Gerald* 
ine Picttenj. Chrijtine McMil- 
len. Second Row: Mary Porter 
Wise. Evelyn Hill. Alice June 
Maton. Third Row: The'ma 
Dawion. Katherine Orfon. Betfy 
Board. Catharine Baer. Shirley 
Staab, Anita Richmond. Fourth 
Row: Peggy Smith, Mits Erlan- 
ger. Cora Anne Holden. 



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OFFICERS 

JEAN CHANDLER President 

MARY PORTER WISE Secrefary 

BETTY BOARD Treasurer 

"To dance" Is the ancient Greek translation for Orchesis, honorary 
dance society. The first semester of this year the group sponsored 
hlanya hHolm and her group in a demonstration performance. Guest 
Night Program, their annual dance recital, was presented in the sec- 
ond semester. Their outstandinq project was the presentation of 
"Ballad for Americans." 

The group was organized in 1928 and since that time the member- 
ship has increased from eleven to approximately thirty. 




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B. Leonard. Jacob Warden, 
George Eckley. James Slaugh- 
ter, James Quick, Joel Carr, 
John McKee. Second Row: Eu- 
gene Hornbrook, Scott Mulllns. 
Edmund Meadows, Franklin 
Milam. George Hogshead. 
Thomas McFarland, John Ed- 
miston, Brooks Hunt. Donald 
Brown. Jack Hunter, Terrell 
Coffield. Ralph Hogshead, 
Russel Frankhouser, Robert Not- 
tingham. Harry Draper, James 
Vest, Woodrow Mills, Charles 
Leonard. 




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GEORGE M. ECKLEY Presiding Senior 

JAMES F. SLAUGHTER Presiding Junior 

JAMES B. LEONARD Secretary 

'JAISJOB G. warden Treasurer 

LIAM R. RICE Judge Advocate 

(bEL F. CARR Chapter Editor 



fJow a prominent medical fraternity, Phi Chi was founded on the 
\A'«:st Virginia University campus on December 17, 1933. It was 
He ned the Zamnb Xyi chapter in honor of George Crisler, a former 
Tiber of the medical faculty. 

Principal activities of the fraternity include the presentation of 
speakers to members of the medical student body. 



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MAXINE POLAND 

MARTHA COYNER 

MIRIAM WHISTON 

BETTY STEMPLE 



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Secretary 

. . . Treasurer 



Phi Upsilon Omicron is the national professional fraternity for those 
students majoring in home economics and was founded at the Uni- 
versity of Minnesota in I 909. Lambda, the local chapter, was estab- 
lished on the West Virginia campus in 1923. 

This year, the club as a whole took a nutrition course to prepare for 
canteen work under the National Defense Program. They also con- 
tinued the compilation of records concerning home economics stu 
dents throughout the state. 



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Top Row: Ruth Marie Ride- 
nour, Maxine Poland, Virginia 
lee Beard. Betty Jane Preece. 
Lucille Meadows, Martha Roia 
Gallaher. Second Row: Elma 
Summery. Rosemary Wood. 
Jean Smith. Laura Louise Berg- 
doll. Elaine Shale. Third Row: 
Virginia Watkup. Muriel Har- 
riet Bertrand, Elsie Jean Haden. 



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LEE COTTRILL Captain 

WILLIAM LIVELY First Lieutenant 

FRANK BANE Second Lieutenant 

CAROL JOHNSON Sponsor 




^cabbard and Blade, national honorary society of cadet officers, 
shed on the local campus in 1916. Each year Company 
egiment, sponsors a Scabbard and Blade formal whose 
essive silent drill is a tradition upon the campus. 
The organization also presents medals to the most outstanding 
basic cadets and sponsors other activities of a military nature. 

HHBARD HD B L H D E 



First Row: Walter Warren 
Point. James Pershing Painter, 
William R. Kidd, Jr., Carl An- 
thony Wilhelm, Del ford Lee 
Cottrill. Jr., Carol Dana John- 
son (sponsor). Jack Lazelle Bar- 
rlck, Robert Claude Spiker, 
Comad Raymond Prager. J. 
Robert Shinqleton. Second 
Row: Charles O. Hard man, 
Henry Elton Reed. Frank P. 
Bane, Frank Ralph Kutak, 
GcDrge L. Davis. Norman W. 
Lairghlin. William T, Lively, 
Dcrsey Oran Cole. Third Row: 
William Madison Brooks, Julius 
Walton Singleton, Jr.. Peter 
Oscar Babich. William E. Mc- 
pherson, George Adamson 
Hunter, James Lee Waters, 
Paul F. Storck, James Albert 
Kapnicky. Fourth Row: Orville 
Leroy Hardman, Edward Lee 
Waddell. Jr., Ellsworth R. 
Clark, Wesley Craft Brashear, 
Ma reus George Comuntzis, 
Thomas S. Knapp. 



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HENRY REED President 

JAMES KAPNICKY Vice-Presldenf 

ROBERT SHARPS Secretary-Treasurer 

WAYNE McCURDY Corresponding Secretary 

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Epsilon chapter of Sigma Gamma Epsilon, national honorar^^^g 
neering fraternity, was installed on the local campus in 19Y1- J^h 
aims of Sigma Epsilon are the social, scholastic, and scieni'fic ad^ 
vancement of its members and the development of a nationai|coiieg 
society devoted to geology, mining, metallurgy, ceramics, an^ pet 
leum engineering. 




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Top Row: Hillls Sisk. Robert 
Hadcn. Robert Sharps, Victor 
Howard, Eugene Kincald, Wal- 
ter Ammon. Second Row: 
Charles Schindler. Wade Hall, 
Clement Smith. Henry Reed, 
James Leggett. Douglas Har- 
nish. Third Row: Joseph 
Fraker, James Kapnicky, Ed- 
win Kamons. Palmer Kuhl, 
Jackson Browning, William 
Barnard. 



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Top Row: Eugene Kmcaid, Lor- 
entz Emery, Joseph Fraker. 
Howard Holtzworth, James 
Kapnicky. Hugh Marsh, Benja- 
min Cooksey. Second Row: 
Edward Waddell. Frank Bane, 
Henry Reed, Maxwe.l Edward 
Sutherland. Robert Sharps, 
James Poindexter. Third Row: 
Jack Carter, Clyde McCarty. 
Gray Trembly. Marcus Co- 
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BENJAMIN COOKSEY President 

FRANK BANE Vice-President 

HENRY REED Secretary 

MARCUS COMUNTZIS Treasurer 

^•'^'^Ofmded as a scholastic honorary engineering society, Tau Beta Pi 
has sev-enty chapters in engineering schools throughout the nation. 
, \ M}4^'l' (Virginia Alpha chapter was founded at West Virginia Univer- 
sity in 1922, thirty-seven years after the founding of the national 
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Bottom Row: Travii O'Brian. 
David Bvrgdoll. Ruth Hur«t, 
Betty Cronin. Jan« Grow, Rich- 
ard Malcolm, Geraldine Vicli- 
art Irana Shivaty. Gibton Fair. 
Se<ond Row: Woodrow Wyant, 
Margery Wition, Virginia 
Beard. Martha Coyner. Edith 
Ann Hutchinton, Dorothy Ham- 
ill, John Conley. Jamat Carr. 
Stanford Fertig. Third Row: 
fronk McCtung, Gala Bland. 
Eliiabeth WoodeM. Wilbur Mc- 
Farland. Richard SItaggt, Nancy 
Williami, Reba Rhodes. Mar- 
cui McHala, James Kidd. 
Fourth Row: I. B. Boggt. Wil- 
liam Wayt. Birk Lowther. Phil- 
lip Hall, William Winfray. 



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OFFICERS 

WOODROW WYANT President 

MARTHA COYNER Vice-President 

NANCY WILLIAMS Secretary 

FRANCIS McCLUNG Treasurer 

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The Four-H Club is an organization connposed of students inte 
ested in the farm. Its membership includes not only students in IIih 
College of Agriculture, but also those in other schools. 

One of the most beautiful camps in the state is the State Po ur-H 
Camp at Jackson's Mill, near Weston, where each year Four-H 
groups from all over the state hold summer camp. 

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NANCY JO BALLENGEE President 

LEE KATZ Vice-President 

MARTHA HOPKINS Secretary 

MARTHA COYNER Treasurer 

The Women's Recreation Association is an organization whose pur- 

J_/ pose is to give all wonnen students an opportunity to participate in 
— W^ recreational activities. Among its projects are administration of a 
women's intramural sports program, recreational "play days" for 
ireshmen and high school girls, and participation In the annual May 
Festival. 

Each year W. R. A. sends representatives to an Intercollegiate 
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son, Rosemary Wood, Virginia 
Mae Gunning, Helen Dorothy 
Matthews, Margaret Agnes 
Morgan, Martha Hopkins. Sec- 
ond Row: Martha Jane Mul- 
doon, Mary Kathryn Amos. 
Nancy Jo Ballengee, Margaret 
Anne Eagen. Third Row: Betty 
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Robert E. Johnion, Jr.. David 
Bergdoll. William Bambrick. 
Clement Bassett. Lynn Johnton, 
Lee Cottrill. Second Row: Eu- 
gene Caussin. Buckner Morris, 
Dr. Schneider (adviser). Law- 
rence Kondratick. Warren Post. 
Arthur Rybeck. Mr. Herod (ad- 
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WILLIAM BAMBRICK Piesidont 

CLEMENT BASSETT Vice-President 

DAVID BERSDOLL Secretary 

ROBERT STRONSNIDER Treasurer 

The basic theme of the Young Men's Christian Association is enn- 
phasis on the Christian way of living. Weekly nneetings are held and 
programs planned in an attempt to interest the general student body. 
The organization helped with the campaign of the World Student 
Service Fund in April. 

The outstanding project of the year was a Y. M. C. A. sponsored 
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Top Row: Elizabeth Roberts, 
Betty Aronson, Barbara Bailey, 
Louise Chapman. Christine Mc- 
Millen, Sara Louise Harring- 
ton, Nancy Willianns, Settle 
Toothman. Helen Thompson. 
Second Row: Mary Wheat, 
June Watson, Dorothy Hen- 
derson. Olga Mae Wyatt. 
Shirley Stein. Nancy Sturtevant. 
Peggy Smith. Bette Downs. 
Alma June Kennedy. Third 
Row: Betty Preece, Rose Ann 
Pearcy. Jane Robbins, Alice 
June Mason. Irene Hall, Lee 
Katz. Sylvia Klein, Virginia 
Stout, June Martin, Mary Sue 
White. Fourth Row: Teresa 
Dowell, Jean Gump, Dorothea 
Morris, Lois Moore. LaRue 
Shannon. Miriam Forester, Bar- 
bara DeVore. Ann Beatty. 
Martha Gibson. Fifth Row: 
Cora Anne Holden, Barbara 
Walker. Martha Stewart. Lois 
Keith. Patti Cummins. Betty 
Cronin, Virginia Gunning. 
Huldah Snoderly. Mavis Mann. 




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SARA LOUISE HARRINGTON President 

ANN BEATTY Vice-President 

MARTHA GIBSON Secretary 

CHRISTINE McMILLEN Treasurer 



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WEDNESDAY at SEVEN" Is the popular slogan of the Young Wonnen's Chris- 
tian Association at the University. It is at this time each week the "Y" carries 
on the major part of its varied program. To all women students who believe in 
^-purpose — to make life more meaningful for others as well as for one's self — 
rd who are eager to participate in its activities and to its support, the Y. W. 
A. is an invitation and an opportunity. 

With students throughout the country and the world the members of the 
W. here are the Student Christian Movement and the World Student Chris- 
tian Federation. Each year they look forward to attending intercollegiate con- 
ences and visiting other campuses, both in and out of this state. This year 
th^ organization and the University were well represented at the fall conference 
at Salem, at the National Assembly at Miami University (Oxford, Ohio), in 
December, at the spring conference at Jackson's Mill, and at the annual Regional 
Assembly at Camp Kanatasake in Pennsylvania. 



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HAROLD JONES . 
FRANCIS McCLUNG 
JOHN HARVEY . . 
RICHARD SOVINE . 



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. . Treasurer 



The Mountaineer Poultry Club Is the outgrowth of a Pou 
taught by Professor Whitman in 1937. This class sponsore 
Baby Chick and Egg Show and due to its success decide 
a club to create interest annong the students. This year 
annual show was held in April, with William Winfrey In char 

The club is a member of the Collegiate National Poultry 
tion and corresponds with the other member clubs by 
monthly news letter published by the different mem 
Richard Scaggs is the news reporter for the Mountaineer C 




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Proof Row: Arnold Ca«to. 
Jam«s Frke. Jo« Paul Ball, John 
Con lev. O. D. McCutcheon. 
Richard Malcolm. Francis Mc- 
Clung. Ivan McClung. Second 
Row: Claude McGhee. Benia- 
nin Nutter. John Harvey. Gib- 
son Fair. Richard Sovine. Rich- 
ard SIcaqgt, Birk Lowther. Mark 
McHale. Bon Linklnoqqor. 
Travis O'Bryan. Third Row: 
Robert Hartley. Ralph Costil- 
low. Roscoe Dodrlll, James 
Duckworth, Carl Thomas. Sel- 
wyn Vandrrpool, William Wayt, 
Denjil Listen, Harold Jones. 
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The Men's Glee Club presented concerts during the past season 
in Moundsvllle, Wheeling, and Tri-Delphia hligh Schools in connec- 
tion with Mountaineer Week as well as two concerts in Morgantown, 
one of which was a joint performance with the University Band. The 
club also went to KDKA radio station to make recordings for the 
Fred Waring Glee Club contest. Dr. Frank Cuthbert directs the 
group with Bernard McGregor as assistant director and Mary Sum- 
merfield as accompanist. 

James Amos, Charles Barr, Joseph Bertalan, Lewis Brown, William 
roughs, Thoburn Cassady, Donald Cookman, Stanley Cox, Paul 
e^n, Dean Dowler, James Duckworth, Carl Forbes, John Gibbs, 
inbotham, Robert E. Johnson, Lawrence Kondratick, Bur- 
man, Richard Malcolm, George Minor, William Powell, 
;Intz, Walter Rhodes, Eugene Rogers, John Romine, Fred- 
omas, Robert E. Thomas, Lewis Thome, Phil Williams, Harold 
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Jeanne Albert. Lee Alfred, Reglna Barberlo, Janis Barnard. Betty Barns. Frances Berry 
Maxine Biaclsh.re. Martha Blosser. Nancy Bouldin, Barbara Borsos. Lois Bright Ruth 
Brown Od,l Cantillano, Vena Caserta. Helen Chittum. Sarah Clovis. Frances Congress Eliza- 
beth Daiiey, Alice Davis. Elizabeth Davis. Virginia Dawson. Lucy Dougan. Virginia Dowdy 
Teresa Dowell. Fay Evans. Eleanor Federer. Ruth Fiess, Helen Fisher. Pearl Forbes. Frances 
Fortney. Susie Frum. Marjorie Gaines. Kathleen Suerrleri. Leorene Haas. Jean Haddock Mar. 
lone Hall. Dorothy Hamlll. Susan Harnish. Peggy Harpfer. Mary Harrison. Mrs. J. W Harllgan 
Mabel Hoskins. Virginia Hyer Mary Johnson, Gladys Jones. Louise Kirk. Kitty Kurner Jac- 
queline Leigh. Mrs. C. Le-i>ley. Mrs. H. Leonard. Kathryne Light. Louise Lingamfelter Joan 
Logan. Patsy Ludey. Alice McCray. Jean McMillen. Helen Matthews. Betty Miller. Jo Clare 
Miller, Jeanne Monroe, Elizabeth Moore. Margaret Morgan. Marjorie Morrison, Ann Mullen 
Georganne Murray. Martha Nelson, Eloise Parsons. Elizabeth Patrick. Anita Peck Kathleen 
Peel, Ellen Perrin, Maqorie Phillips. Eleanor Prettyman. Emma Rhodes. Helen Robinson. Marion 
Robinson, Betty Rogerson, Elizabeth Romine, Helen Rose, Mattie Rosier, Nina RosiatfMliiet 
Rust, Cornelia Schofield, Frances Schultz, Ruth Selby. Margaret Shaffer. Rosemary Sh*^ 
Rachel Simon. Dora Smith. Phyllis Smith. Thelma Snider. Florence Spindler. Clar^A^lp'Sl 
Frances Squires. Harriett Stafford, Anne Stewart, Eileen Straight, Jean Taylor, DorisyTj(>»^as 
Opal Trickett. Ruby Toms. Elizabeth Weaver, Verna Wells, Helen West Mary Wh ~ 
White. Betty Whittaker. Mrs. A. Wiles. Helen Wilson. Martha Wilson. Irvine 
Winter. Lucille Wright. Mary Young. 

James Amos. John Ashcraft. Charles Barr. Edward Bartkus. Joseph Bertalan. 
A. A. Burchianti. Harry Callahan, Thoburn Cassady, Donald Cookman. Stanley 
Crichton. Paul Deem, Harold DeHaven. Rodger Devison. Carl Forbes, Lawrence 
John Glbbs. Thomas GIbbs. James Hartman, Porter Hartman, Robert Hill, C, 
Burton Leachman, Victor Lemke, Charles McWhorter, R. B. Heighborgall, Robert 
Peddycord, John Pestun, Alexander Phillips, Richard Rayle, Roy Richmond Jo 
James Shlngleton, Richard Spangler, Clifford S+ickney, Stephen Thompson, L 
Charles Zakaib. 

Dr. Frank Cuthbert. Director; Bernard R. McGregor. Assistant Director; Mary E 
mertield. Accompanist; Mary Irene Shively. Accompanist. 




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RUSS STONER 
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ALBERT GWYNNE 
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ROY M. HAWLEY 
Director of Athletics 





RICHARD ASPINALL 
Golf 



ERRETT RODGERS 
Baseball 



TOM ENNIS 
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RICHARD A. RAESE 
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Statistically speaking the Mountaineers out first-downed all comers and showed great potentialities 
at shoving the pigskin goalward, especially between the twenty-yard stripes. However, in view of 
the stiff schedule they faced it was indeed an outstanding achievement and a tribute to Bill Kern 
and his hardworking assistants. 

In spite of the Navy debacle Kern's sophomore year was crowned with success as his team dis- 
played unexpected prowess in holding such gridiron powers as Penn State, Army, and Michigan 
State to a total margin of only ten points. 

First Row. Left to Right: Bell. Salucci. Dutton. Leone. Katchur. Ryan, Allegrini, Mercular. Second Row: E. Narick, assistant backfield coach; Art Smith, trainer; S. Narick. Peelish, 
Harris Yost Goodman, t^cCann, Butta, t^artin. McElwee, Gardner. Cimino. Dr. Morris, team physician. Third Row: Bill Kern, head coach; Corum, Montone, Myers, Powell, Kula- 
kowski' Kimble, Laughli'n, Cuffaro, Barnctte. Clark, Eddie Hirschberg, assistant coach. Fourth Row: Ray Carnelly, freshman coach; Michael Nicksick, backfield coach; Tom Courtney, 
co-mariagcr; Dattola, Helinski, Beniamin, Mayfield, Schrader, Reynolds, Paulin, Spelock, Williams, Bill Lively, co-manager; Errett Rodgers, assistant backfield coach; Frank Kutz. 

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Left ot Right: tvtictiael Nicktick, backfield coach; Errett Rodg«rt, Assistant backfi«ld coach; Edward Hirichbarg, 
assistant coach; William Karn. head coach; Frank Kutz, guard coach; Emil Narick, assistant backfiald coach; and 

Ray Carnelly, freshman coach. 



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West Virginia, 13; Waynesburg, 7 

It will be a long time before Bill Kern and his boys 
forget that one. The dogged determinedness of the 
band of Yellowjackets from the Pennsylvania hills caused 
many anxious moments before the sophomoric Moun- 
taineers came to life, tied up the count in the third 
period, and roared on to victory with a touchdown in 
the last few minutes of the contest. The cagey spot 
kicking of McElwee and the rugged, slashing line play 
of Benjamin highlighted an afternoon full of anxiety. 

Wesf Virginia, 0; Navy, 40 

Whew! The Middies turned out for maneuvers with 
one of the finest elevens (in fact three or four of them) 
ever to represent the Navy blue. The tars highly touted 
offense failed to get going in the first half but in the 
last two cantos beneath a broiling sun they weighed 
anchor and really turned on the steam. Our Mountain- 
eers played their hearts out that first half and outplayed 
and outfought the heavier and more experienced Navy 
warriors, but sheer manpower and experience debited 
this game to the Middie ledger. 



West Virginia, 20; Wesleyan, 

The Mountaineers romped back into the win column 
by trouncing a hitherto undefeated Bobcat eleven in a 
game marked by a stubborn resistance of the Rossmen. 
The team showed great signs of inconsistency as their 
power attack bogged down time after time but a 77- 
yard punt return by Bell took the life out of the Wesley- 
anltes and provided the biggest thrill of the afternoon. 

West Virginia, 0; Fordhann, 27 

They did it again. Those dynamite laden Rams 
pounced on the Mountaineers with a bewildering bar- 
rage of plunges, passes, and laterals that netted them an 
aggregate of fourteen points at the end of the quarter. 
Led by a corps of flashy backfield talent, the New 
Yorkers completely outclassed and outrammed us during 
most of the afternoon. The one bright spot for the Mor- 
gantown rooters was the sterling play of Spelock and 
Clark. 

West Virginia, 6; Kentucky, 18 

Power, power, and still more power. That was the 
West Virginia story of the Lexington fracas. Ike Martin 



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personally gained more yardage than the entire Wildcat 
team, but it was just one of those things where they pay 
off in points and not first downs. Martin was termed 
by Ab Kirwin, "A truly All-American back," and through 
his efforts the Mountaineers should have gained victory. 

West Virginia, 7; Washington and Lee, 6 
A close one but still ours. Frank Socha, General ace, 
broke the hearts of Mountaineer followers midway in the 
second period when he bounced from a huge pile-up 
on the two-yard line and skirted end for the Virginians' 
only tally. However, in the last quarter Kern's power 
attack began to tell and Schrader cut down the left 
sideline from midfield, lateraled to McElwee on the 
fifteen and the latter raced on over the goal line unmo- 
lested for the tying points. A perfect placement by 
Schrader provided the margin of victory. 

West Virginia, 21; Kansas, 
Magnificent passing from a spread formation and a 
devastating power attack sent the Jayhawkers back to 
the western plains in ignominious defeat. A huge Home- 
coming crowd was jubilantly pleased with the Kern- 



coached machine that opened its bag of tricks early in 
the contest and completely dominated play throughout. 
The Kansans' widely heralded passing attack failed to 
materialize and their ground game was slowed to a 
walk. 

West Virginia, 0; Penn State, 7 
A thriller for the second consecutive year but again 
we lost. A sensational catch by Krouse, Nittany Lion 
halfback, behind the West Virginia goal line enabled the 
Pennsylvanians to eke out a win. The surprise of the day 
was the stubborn resistance of the rock-ribbed Moun- 
taineer line that consistently turned back State threats. 
And surely the thrill of the day was provided by Dick 
McElwee when he cut over the sideline before being 
overhauled by Smaltz of the home forces. Coach Bob 
Higgins of the Nittany Lions stated, "We are fortunate 
to get away without being beaten." 

West Virginia, 6; Army, 7 
There just ain't no justice. After bottling up Army 
stalwarts. Hank Mazur and Ralph Hill, for more than 
three periods the pair teamed up for a 50-yard touch- 



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down pass with Mazur heaving and hiill receiving. Then 
Smith converted for the Cadets, giving thenn the win- 
ning margin. With a high-geared attack that the Army 
forwards were unable to check, the Kernmen rolled to a 
second period score on a pass from Martin to McElwee. 
It was truly a fine performance against a thoroughly 
alarmed Cadet eleven. 

West Virginia, 12; Michigan State, 14 

The Spartans are still shaking from the scare they re- 
ceived In this one. With over ten thousand customers 
in Mountaineer Field, Bill Kern's lads started off with a 
bang and completely held the upperhand throughout 
the first half, tallying a single touchdown in the middle 
of the second stanza. After halftime Charley Bachman 
sent his huskies out with such a wallop that they tallied 
one score In four minutes and a second a few minutes 
later, adding the extra point each time. In the final 
period a startling passing attack gave the Mountaineers 
another tally and they were well on their way to a third 
as the final whistle sounded. 




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THE MOUNTAINEERS ON THE HARDWOOD 



The sfarHnq five; with Coach Raese, Hamilton. Kalmar, Kesling, Hicks, and Captain Baric. 





Top Row; 



Coach Raese, George Rickey, Neil Montone. Don Raese, Walter Rollins, manager, 
Bottonn Row: Scotfy Hamilfon, Lou Kalmar, Rudy Baric, i^oger Hicks, Dick Kesling. 



Bud Lawall. 



Many thousands of words have been written and 
ground out by the sports writers concerning our Moun- 
taineer cage team, among which was John Kieran, sage 
of the New York Times. Our hoopsters showed in nearly 
every large metropolis of the East except Baltimore, 
winning acclaim at every port of call especially from the 
Pittsburgh writers after their humiliating massacre of a 
somewhat tame Panther floor combine. 

From the standpoint of wins and losses this current 
cage edition may not go down on the books as the best 
ever to represent the gold and blue but from the stand- 
point of the difficult schedule and of the poor spacing 
of the contests it will, and it shall go down on the athletic 
records as the greatest combination ever to tread upon 
the field house rink. 

The faithful nine boarded a train for New York on 
the 15th day of March bound for the National Invitation 
Tourney at Madison Square Garden. Little attention was 



paid to and little hope was held out for the tiny band 
of Mountaineers at this date; but undaunted by the fact 
that they were seeded last in an eight-team field and 
were to meet the defending champions, the world fa- 
mous Long Island Blackbirds, they rolled into the big 
town and chopped down the champs in a sensational 
upset. Next to fall were the overconfident Toledo Rock- 
ets and then on the night of March 25th our Mountain- 
eers were proclaimed the world champions by virtue of a 
47-45 triumph over Western Kentucky. Not only did the 
team trophy come back to Morgantown but also the 
trophy for the nation's outstanding individual player in 
the person of Captain Rudy Baric. Scotty Hamilton and 
Dick Kesling were also named to the all-tournament 
team while Dyke Raese was named to coach the all-star 
outfit in a charity contest. A quivering foul shot by 
Roger hiicks In the last twenty seconds of the final 
clinched the tournament and Lou Kalmar's superb defen- 



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Geneva ... ,34 West V 

Maryland ... .36 West V 

Duquesne 30 West V 

Youngstown 33 West V 

Carnegie Tech . . . .40 West V: 

Penn State 33 West V 

Wesleyan 44 West V 

Pittsburgh 47 West V 

Wesleyan 36 West V 

Army 40 West V 

Maryland 27 West V 



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80; Bethany .... 41 

48; Navy 34 

39; Temple .... 46 

66; Washington and Jefferson 49 

74; Carnegie Tech 33 

30; Penn State 44 

38; Washington and Jefferson 39 

41 ; Duquesne 33 

77; Salem 63 

58; Long island 49 

51; Toledo 39 

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sive work kept the opposition effectively throttled 
throughout the three games. 

Records didn't mean a thing to this trail-blazing five. 
First to go down was the single-game scoring mark which 
was established at 27 in a game with Wesleyan at 
Buckhannon by Dick Kesling, who a week later shattered 
his own record by tallying 32 markers against Pittsburgh. 
Rudy Baric by means of his high scoring in the tourna- 
ment broke the single season scoring record by amassing 
a total of 332 points closely followed by Kesling with 
317, both of which eclipsed Jimmy Ruch's old record of 
288. Next came the ten-game winning streak which 
splattered all previous honors into oblivion. Then 
came the deluge of eighty points against hapless Bethany, 
which set up a new field house scoring record as well as 
a new team record. 



At the beginning of the year Dyke moaned "We 
ain't got a thing" and donned his gloomiest look of the 
year. Then, with Don Raese sparking the attack, the 
Mountaineers rolled to an impressive 55 to 34 triumph 
over a good Geneva College outfit. Following the Christ- 
mas layover Duquesne met and subdued us on the cold. 
pancake arena of Duquesne Gardens, however, on March 
7th the defeat was atoned by a 41 to 33 conquest before 
a crowd of 4,277 that established a precedence for at- 
tendance. No team in the nation could touch West Vir- 
ginia on the night of the home fracas with Penn State as, 
magnificently they rolled, passed, dribbled, and shot the 
ball around the towering Lions for a crushing 58 to 33 
victory. Other colorful wins were recorded at the ex- 
pense of the service schools at Annapolis and West 
Point. 



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For one of the first times in the history of the sport 
at the Mountaineer institution no dual meets were 
held. Genial Art Smith made numerous imploring 
calls for varsity candidates but only a handful of 
track material was on hand when the opening of the 
season came around, hlowever, these few cinder men 
on hand were a select group and made up in skill 
what they lacked in quantity. 

in the early part of April Art Smith took his charges 
to the Penn Relays in Philadelphia where Frank Hill 
took third place in the broad jump with a leap of 

23 ft. I 1-4 in. On his last try he fouled on an attempt 
that went over 24 ft., and the winning mark was 

24 ft. 1-2 in. FHere also a mile relay team composed 
of Stanley Romanoski, Charley hiackney, Guy Peter- 
son, and Al Strouse took fourth place in a field of 
thirty or forty teams. 



Later in the spring the timber-toppers competed in 
the IC-4-A meet at Randall's Island, New York City, 
where Strouse barely missed placing In the low hurdles. 
During the middle of May Art combined his varsity 
and freshman squads for the Gazette Relays in 
Charleston, where they romped off with second place, 
first place being taken by the combined outfits of 
Ohio University and Marshall College. Though not 
up to his usual standard tHill easily broke the broad 
jump record with a twenty-two foot jump. 

That glitter that you see in Art's eye is derived 
from watching his undefeated freshmen harriers churn 
their spikes across the cinders. Perhaps it won't be 
long before West Virginia is again at the top of the 
cinder path world. 





At the beginning of the season Rat Rodgers' willow wielders 
expected a banner year and why not? The team was a veteran 
one from every point with such outstanding holdovers as 
Charley Hoclcenberry, Charley Seabright, Captain Hal Gross- 
man, and Charley Strauss. The experience was there, the power 
was there, the fielding was abundant, and they had captured 
nine out of fourteen contests in the previous season. 

However, the boys got off on the wrong foot as they faced 
an Ail-American pitcher from Western State and went down 
IS-2 in their opening game. On an eastern tour the Rodgers- 
men brole even in four contests, losing to Navy and George- 
town while shellacking Maryland and George Washington. Then 
came two losses to Pitt in the Smoky City and a heartbreaker 
to St. Vincent on the home grounds. Salem was easily subdued 
in a home tilt but two one-run debacles were credited to the 
red side of the ledger at the hands of a vaunted Ohio Univer- 
sity nine. In the season's finale a doubleheader was captured 
by the Mountaineers from the Duquesne Dukes by margins of 
3 to 2 and II to 10. 

The thunderous bat of Charley Hockenberry rapped out a 
.428 average for the season and made Hock the leading bats- 
man for the third consecutive year. He led the team on 



bases on balls and despite that drove home 12 runs to become 
runner-up in that department to Charley Strauss. However, all 
in all the squad kept up their traditional high scoring driving 
home 85 runs during the season. 



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2: Western State 15 

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5; Navy 

10; Maryland . . . . 

2; Georgetown . - 

6; George Washington 

6: Pitt 

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8: St. Vincent , 

8; Salem 

6: Ohio 

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Building for the future, Whitey Gwynne 
with five sophomores In the starting lineup, 
conriplled a rather poor record from the stand- 
point of wins and losses. Whitey had hoped 
to do better at the beginning of the season, 
but his grapplers locked horns with the Buck- 
eyes of Ohio State in the first match and 
were repulsed savagely without winning a con- 
test. 

The following week Temple was met and 
conquered allowing Gwynne to amass his thir- 
tieth victory as a West Virginia wrestling 
coach. This record puts him In a tie with 
Steve hHarrlck for all-time wins and Whitey 
promises to outdo his earlier predecessor next 
season. 

Captaining this year's grunt and groan 
squad was Simeon hiall, senior transfer student 



from Glenvllle. Three of Bill Kern's pigskin 
dodgers joined the ranks as sophomores and 
gave promise of being very hard to handle 
In the next two seasons. These three, Bell, 
Dutton, and Williams along with Smolln and 
Gould comprised the sophomore talent on the 
roster. Donnally Morris, hHerman Nash, and 
Captain Simeon hHall, a trio of seniors com- 
pleted the starting lineup. 



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SCHEDULE 

0; Ohio State 32 

2 I ; Temple 8 

3; Penn State 29 

3; Waynesburg .... 27 

3; Case 23 

5; Waynesburg .... 23 
0; Navy 34 



Top Row; Coach Gwynne. Bill 
Bell, Virgil Williams. Manager 
McAndrew. Bottom Row: Don- 
nally Morris, Bob Dutton, Al 
Snnolin. Warren Gould. Simeon 
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Redding from L«ft to Right: 
Coach Ston«r. Rust Fisher. John 
Marra. Captain Harrel Smith, 
John Haynes. Keith Lowther, 
Kenny Hewitt. Verlin Walden. 



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Russ Stoner made an inauspicious debut as the 
tutor of the Mountaineer mittmen but was handi- 
capped by innumerable cases of bad luck. Despite 
the fact that not a single match was won he showed 
remarkable ability in putting a team in the ring at all. 
Veterans Sammy Pugiia and Captain Crispin Hernan- 
dez were lost to the Army at the end of the first 
semester along with promising sophomores Lewis 
Tabscott and Tony Pecklinsky. With a completely re- 
vamped and patched lineup the contenders of the 
squared circle deadlocked in a four to four tie with 
the Bucknell Bisons for their nearest approach to a win 
for the season. 



The spot shining like searchlights at a movie pre- 
miere was the brilliant performance of Kenny Hewitt, 
who mowed his opponents down in all five matches in 
his first year of varsity competition. The second 
bright light was that of 120-pounder, Verlin Walden, 
who lost only one match and preceded Hewitt to the 
ring. 

SCHEDULE 

3 ; City College ... 5 

3 J/2; Army 4^ 

V/z; Michigan State . . ^Vi 

4 ; Bucknell 4 

3 : Bucknell 5 



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First Row: Terrence Coffield, Austin Dudderar, Don Elsey. 
Second Row: Hawkins, Al Klebe, George Siems. Ed Waddell, Tom Ennis, coach. 



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T. Ennis is coach of tennis at West Virginia 
and had the single honor of guiding the only 
undefeated varsity team. Sometimes the gen- 
ial mentor can be found beleaguering students 
in a history classroom but often he can be 
found breaking over into the subject of his 
championship court team. 

Led by Captain Al Klebe the team virtually 
blasted their opposition from the courts as 
they rolled up twenty-five wins to two for their 
opponents. Only the courageous racquet 
wielders from Washington and Jefferson were 
able to dent the Mountaineer defense chalk- 
ing up two wins on their home court. 

At the No. I position for Tom Ennis was 
Ancll Knotts, a former Middle Atlantic junior 
champion, who as a sophomore swept all of his 



matches for an undefeated season In his initial 
year as a varsity competitor. Right behind 
Knotts was his doubles partner hlubert Martin, 
who was just as invincible. Klebe, Tom hHaw- 
klns, Bill Rice, and John Murphy all turned In 
creditable performances In singles. Jack 
Smith, Bill Davis, and John Strench were on 
hand and always ready to turn back the foe In 
doubles competition. 

After such an outstanding performance all 
eyes are turned on Dr. Ennis' combine this 
spring and he is once again molding an unde- 
feated outfit to uphold his fine record. 





SCHEDULE 




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Led by Armand Coulson, who salvaged the only win 
in the season's opener with Penn State, the Mountain- 
eer golfers swung through their season at a .800 clip. 
Dr. Richard Aspinall, with four veterans as a nucleus, 
kept up the tradition of winning teams though he was 
forced to spend a few hours at his other occupation 
as assistant to the President. 

The squad met their toughest opposition in the 
first match with the Nittany Lion swingers from State 
College. They salvaged only 2j/> points but just a 
total of three strokes kept them from taking the con- 
test so evenly matched were the two teams. Next 
came the Presidents of W. & J. who ended on the 



short end of 7 to 2 and 8 to I scores, who were 
followed by the divot diggers of Duquesne who fared 
even worse, taking only one point in both matches. 

Jack Spencer and Bob Wilson again turned in fine 
seasons along with Woody Wyant, who never quite 
reached the form that he displayed in the 1940 season. 
These crack putters with Coulson were all juniors and 
will be on hand for the coming season this spring. 
Bud Morgan, Joe Bertalan, and Bill Morgan rounded 
out the line-up and they too have one or more years 
of varsity competition remaining. All in all, they cap- 
tured 341/2 points to their five opponents' lOj-j, thus 
ending another fine year. 

SCHEDULE 

West Virginia . 2'/.; Penn State b'/z 

West Virginia . 7 ; Washington & Jefferson 2 

West Virginia . 8 ; Washington & Jefferson . I 

West Virginia . 9 ; Duquesne I 

West Virginia . 8 ; Duquesne I 



Charles MacDermoft, Jack Spencer, Armand Colson, George Hopkins, Bob Wilson, Woodrow Wyanf, Or. 

Aspinall. coach 





Top Row: Eugene Corum. Stephen B. Thompson, Max L. Quillen, 
Eugene T. Storck, Wilson B. Davis, William A. Phillips, Howard 
T. Phillips. Jr.. Stephen B. Thompson, Leonard King Johnson. 
William E. Shingleton. William Oliver Barnard. Jr.. Kennith 
Leroy Hewitt. Second Row: Ellsworth R. Clark. Jackson B. 
Browning. Edwin William Crooks. Paul R. tvlufflu Robert W. 
Rodgers, Robert E. Muffly, George K. Gorrell. Fred J. Blllinqs, 
Ben tvlorrls Leeper, Elmer Helsiey Dodson. Third Row: Charles 
O. Hardman, James S. Leggett, Charles L. Stafford, James A. 
Frazier. Eugene E. Fowler, Ralph R. Wallace, Thomas W, Jackson, 
Edward C. Stansburv, William Q Barnette, Willard E. Moore. 
Fourth Row: J. R. Shingleton, Harold D. Burgess, William L. 
Tabscott. Jr., Druid Wheeler, Fred Stansbury, Richard H. Tabor, 
Jack E. Roomy Earl W. Relley, Jr.. Mike Kelly, Norman W. 
Laughlln, Warren D. Sharpenberg, Cornelius O, O'Farrell. 
Fifth Row: Sylvester Rich, II, Richard C. Spangler, Andrew L. 
Clark, Denton L. Adams, Billle M. Barker, John B. Wade, William 
M. Wyckoff. Paul F. Storck. James E. Coombs, William E. Ely, 
James S. Heavner. William E. Lawton. Sixth Row: Joe E, Wal- 
thall, Joe W. Roberts, Harry T. Linger, Herbert H. Rothwell. 
John S. Scott. George M. Eckley. Jr.. T. A. Knotts, Michael J. 
Moore, J. D. Bailey. 




HE first member of the Miami Triad, Beta 
Theta Pi, was founded at Miami University at Oxford, Ohio, 
in 1839. Originally organized In opposition to another Miami 
fraternity, its 87 active chapters now include over 40,000 
members. 

Beta Psi Chapter was chartered on the West Virginia 
campus In 1900. Its officers are: Edward E. Smith, president; 
L. King Johnson, vice-president; Joseph W. Roberts, secretary; 
Ralph R. Wallace, treasurer. 



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Graduate Students 
EDWIN W. CROOKS GEORGE M. ECKLEY, JR. 



HAROLD D. BURGESS 
ELLSWORTH R. CLARK 
ELMER H. DODSON 
GEORGE K. GORRELL 



Class of 1942 

CHARLES O. HARDMAN 
LEONARD K. JOHNSON 
JAMES S. LEGGEH 



WILLARD E. MOORE 
HOWARD T. PHILLIPS, JR. 
J. ROBERT SHINGLETON 
PAUL F. STORCK 



BETA T H [ T A 



J. DAVID BAILEY 
BILLIE M, BARKER 
WILLIAM O. BARNARD, JR. 
WILLIAM 0. BARNETTE 
JACKSON B. BROWNING 



DENTON L. ADAMS 
FRED J. BILLINGS 
ANDREW L. CLARK 
EUGENE CORUM 
WILSON B. DAVIS 
WILLIAM E. ELY 
EUGENE E. FOWLER 



JAMES S. HEAVNER 
MIKE KELLY 
T. A. K NOTTS 
MICHAEL J. MOORE 
CORNELLUS O. OTARRELL 



Class of 1943 

JAMES E. COOMBS 
THOMAS W. JACKSON 
NORMAN W. LAUGHLIN 
WILLIAM E. LAWTON 
PAUL R. MUFFLY 
EARL W. REILEY, JR. 



Class of 1944 

JAMES A. FRAZIER 
KENNITH L. HEWITT 
BEN M. LEEPER 
HARRY T. LINGER 
ROBERT E. MUFFLY 
JOE W. ROBERTS 



Class of 1945 

WILLIAM A. PHILLIPS 
MAX L. OUILLEN 
SYLVESTER RICH, II. 
ROBERT W. RODGERS 
JACK E. ROOMY 



HERBERT H. ROTHWELL 

JOHN s. scon 

RICHARD H. TABOR 
JOE E. WALTHALL 
RICHARD C. SPANGLER 



WARREN D. SHARPENBERG 
FRED STANSBURY 
EUGENE T. STORCK 
WILLIAM L. TABSCOTT, JR. 
STEPHEN B. THOMPSON 
JOHN B. WADE 
RALPH R. WALLACE 



WILLIAM E. SHINGLETON 
CHARLES L. STAFFORD 
EDWARD C. STANSBURY 
DRUID WHEELER 
WILLIAM M. WYCKOFF 





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Top Row: Richard P. Jones, Don W. Tuckwiller, Jack E. Davis. 
James S. Marple. Stephen D. Narick, William M. Barnhart, 
Charles Goff, Sterling L. Brown, James W. Oils, IV, George M. 
Amos, Jr., John J. Pfost, Louis F. Girard, Jr. Second Row; 
George L. Davis, Bill Anderson Weaver. Richard H. McElwee, 
William J. Melenric, Deioyd J. Bell, John C. Amos, Jack W. 
Beddow. Harry F. Bell, Reps W. Devore, Kenton' A. Hall. 
Third Row: Howard C. Stewart. Herman F. Winter. Robert C. 
Tonry, Jerome E, Saxe, Robert R. Brown. Burton E. Bridge. Jr., 
Harry W. Adams, Jr.. Joseph E. Fraker, Jr.. James A. Frost. 
Luther K. Duffield. Fourth Row: John D. Harper, Charles M, 
Mallory, Edwin C. Douglass, William E. McPherson, Burton B. 
Leachman, James R. Kennedy, Frank M. Peck, James E. Huffman. 
George N. Cowden, Jack G. Davis, Robert W. Norton, William 
E. Rader. Fifth Row: George L. Roberts. James M. Nelms, 
Thomas S. Smith, Richard E. Romig, James G. Dean. Harold H. 
Cutler, Claude R. Cutllp, Jack L. Barrick. Lawrence H. Ostrye, 
Homer W, Goff. Sixth Row: William B. Morgan, Hilarion L, 
Sanchez. Robert W, Counts, Ellis O. Fortney, Bill A. Weaver. 




AMMA Delta Chapter of Delta Tau Delta is a 
revival of the original Gamma Delta established in I860 at 
Monongalia Academy, the university's predecessor school. 

The first chapter of the order was established at Bethany 
College at Bethany, West Virginia, in 1859. Active chapters 
now number 74 and the total membership over 25,000. 

Local officers are: Harry W. Adams, president; Harry F. 
Bell, vice-president; Homer W. Goff, recording secretary; 
Jack W. Beddow, treasurer. 




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Graduate Sfudenf 
GEORGE M. AMOS, JR. 



JACK L. BARRICK 
GEORGE N. COWDEN 
KENTON A. HALL 



Class of 1942 

WILLIAM E. McPHERSON 
WILLIAM B. MORGAN 



RICHARD E. ROMIG 
HILARION L. SANCHEZ 
DON W. TUCKWILLER 



DELTA T A U DELTA 



HARRY W. ADAMS 
JOHN C. AMOS 
HARRY F. BELL 
HAROLD H. CUTLER 
GEORGE L. DAVIS 



JACK W. BEDDOW 
ROBERT R. BROWN 
STERLING L. BROWN 
ROBERT W. COUNTS 
JAMES G. DEAN 
EDWIN C. DOUGLASS 



WILLIAM M. BARNHART 
DELOYD J. BELL 
BURTON E. BRIDGE, JR. 
CLAUDE R. CUTLIP 
JACK E. DAVIS 
JACK G. DAVIS 



Class of 1943 

ELLIS O. FORTNEY 
JOSEPH E. FRAKER. JR. 
HOMER W. GOFF 
JOHN D. HARPER 



Class of 1944 

CHARLES GOFF 
JAMES R. KENNEDY 
BURTON B. LEACHMAN 
JAMES S, MARPLE 
WILLIAM J. MELENRIC 
JAMES M. NELMS 

Class of 1945 

REPS W. DEVORE 
JAMES W. DILS. IV 
LUTHER K. DUFFIELD 
JAMES A. FROST 
LOUIS F. GIRARD 
JAMES E. HUFFMAN 



RICHARD H. McELWEE 
STEVEN D. NARICK 
FRANK M. PECK 
WILLIAM E. RADER 
THOMAS A. WHITE 



ROBERT W. NORTON 
LAWRENCE H. OSTRYE 
JEROME E. SAXE 
THOMAS S. SMITH 
HOWARD C. STEWART 
HERMAN F. WINTER 



RICHARD P. JONES 
CHARLES M. MALLORY 
JOHN J. PFOST 
GEORGE L. ROBERTS 
ROBERT C. TONRY 
BILL A. WEAVER 







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Top Row: John W. Feller. Charles William Reading, John Bunyan 
Atkinson, Mark Sigler Grove, WaHer Warren Point, Richard 
Tabler Feller. Hortenziu Benchea. Robert Earl Johnson, II. Perrv 
Flovd Holstein, John William Hanifin. Second Row: Edwin 
GIbbs, Thomas George Pinnock. James Monroe Sinnett, Wllliarr 
H. Robison, John Paul Dorn blazer. Joseph Oswald Cain, Jr., 
Robert Graves Hensley, Willis D. Barlow. Third Row: George 
Richard Bauwin. Dav-ld Lloyd Bergdoll, Benjamin Vance Blagg, II, 
Charles Walter Lewis, Howard Delbert Shaffer, Leiand J. Han- 
cock, Kendall Leon Walker, George Freeland Pugh. Fourth Row: 
John Franklin Scarlett. Porter Eugene Hartman, Frank P. Bane, 
Robert B. Conner. Cart Davis Farnsworth. Richard Jefferson 
Payne. John Mack Hill, Leslie Dale Simmons, George Edgar 
Fisher, Jr., Franklin William Kern. Fifth Row: Harry Howard 
Parsons. Charles Deforest Boyer, Jr.. John V. Roberts Eugene 
W. Rice, John Karl Rueckl, John William Stone, William E. 
Blerer, Carroll Thomas Lay. Sixth Row: Alexander Hardle For- 
man, Jr.. Wlllianri Kilmer Sites, Paul Raymond Traubert, Kenneth 
John Peters, Richard E. Davis. 



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,APPA Alpha order was -founded in 1865 dur- 
ing Robert E. Lee's presidency of what is now Washington 
and Lee University. 

Alpha Rho Chapter received its charter in 1897. The 
crimson rose and the magnolia are the fraternity flowers and 
its colors old gold and crimson. The 69 active chapters now 
include over 28,000 members. 

Officers are: Richard Feller, president; Warren Point, vice- 
president; hlortenziu Benchea, secretary; Robert Conner, 
treasurer. 



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FRANK P. BANE 
HORTENZIU BENCHEA 
WILLIAM E. BIERER 
BENJAMIN V. BLAGG, II. 
CARL D. FARNSWORTH 
RICHARD T. FELLER 



Graduate Student 

FRANKLIN W. KERN 

Class of 1942 

GEORGE E. FISHER. JR. 
MARK S. GROVE 
JOHN W. HANIFIN 
CARROLL T. LAY 
HARRY H. PARSONS 
RICHARD J. PAYNE 
THOMAS G. PINNOCH 



WALTER W. POINT 
EUGENE W. RICE 
JOHN F. SCARLETT 
WILLIAM K. SITES 
PORTER E. HARTMAN 
JOHN M. HILL 



KAPPA 



ALPHA 



Class of 1943 
GEORGE R. BAUWIN CHARLES W. READING 

RICHARD E. DAVIS JOHN K. RUECKL 

ALEXANDER H. FORMAN, JR. JOHN W. STONE 
LELAND J. HANCOCK 



JOHN B. ATKINSON 
WILLIS D. BARLOW 
DAVID L BERGDOLL 
JOSEPH O. CAIN, JR. 



CHARLES D. BOYER. JR. 
KENDALL L. WALKER 



Class of 1944 

JOHN P. DORNBLAZER 
JOHN W. FELLER 
CHARLES W. LEWIS 



Class of 1945 

KENNETH J. PETERS 
JOHN V. ROBERTS 
PERRY F. HOLSTEIN 



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PAUL R. TRAUBERT 
LESLIE D. SIMMONS 
ROBERT B. CONNER 



GEORGE F. PUGH 
HOWARD D. SHAFFER 
JAMES M. SINNETT 
ROBERT E. JOHNSON. II 



ROBERT G. HENSLEY 
EDWIN GIBBS 





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Top Row: Charles Peter Yost, William T. Dulaney, Charles 
Bennett Fischer, Mil<e Alexander Sharkey, Buckner Stuart 
Morris, Charles Enoch Kessel, Orville Leroy Hardman. 
Robert L. White. Second Row: Harvey D. Beeler, Jr., 
Robert Charles Alquire. Albert Homer Hix, Harold G. 
Robinson, Clement Ralph Bassett, Francis Miller Pfost. 
Third Row: James E. Dawson, Gardner Chapman Orton, 
Lewis Allen Hatcher, Rjdolph Baric, Dale A. Englehart, 
Alden M. Merrill. Fourth Row: Herman T. Nash, Harold 
E. Withrow, John A. McCraw, M. Edward Orell, Don- 
nally Hamilton Morris, Jr., Roger D. Griffith, Thomas 
Gross Barnard, Dean C. Dowler. 




NE of the original Southern •fraternities. Kappa 
Sigma was organized at the University of Virginia in 1869. 
Gamma Phi Chapter at West Virginia, a revival of the former 
Pi Chapter of 1883, was chartered in 1918. 

The fraternity colors are green, scarlet, and white. Repre- 
sented in 45 states, the 110 chapters have a total member- 
ship of 36,000. 

Officers are: Charles Peter Yost, president; Dean Dowler, 
vice-president; Clement Bassett, secretary; James Dawson, 
treasurer. 




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Graduate Student 
CLEMENT R. BASSEn 



ROGER D. GRIFFITH 
DONNALLY H. MORRIS, JR. 



Class of 1942 

ORVILLE L. HARDMAN 
WILLIAM E. PARSONS 



WALTER EKHART 
HAROLD E. WITHROW 



KAPPA 



SIGMA 



RUDOLPH BARIC 
HARVEY D. BEELER, JR. 
JAMES E. DAWSON 
DEAN C. DOWLER 



THOMAS G. BARNARD 
JOHN F. BYSET 
CHARLES B. FISCHER 

ROBERT C. ALGUIRE 

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Class of 1943 

DALE A. ENGLEHART 
LEWIS A. HATCHER 
ALBERT H. HIX 
ALDEN M. MERRILL 

Class of 1944 
CHARLES E. KESSEL 
M. EDWARD ORELL 

Class of 1945 

WILLIAM T. DULANEY 
JOHN A. McCRAW 



BUCKNER S. MORRIS 
HERMAN T. NASH 
GARDNER C. ORTON 
CHARLES P. YOST 



FRANCIS M. PFOST 
HAROLD G. ROBINSON 
MIKE A. SHARKEY 



ROBERT L. WHITE 





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Top Row: Robert William Nelson, Douglas William Wynn. Wil- 
liam Everette Kay, George J. McClure, William Hugh Steed, 
Jim Bernard Hamilton, Raymond Lester Keplinger, Jr., Pat Ray 
Hamilton, Hugh D. Hicks, George Sturgiss Chadwick. Second 
Row: Robert Lyie ^Vatson, John Grant Hackney, Michael Cresap 
Cox. Nathan Lamarr Robinson, Roger Louis Hicks, John M. 
Boyd, Paul C. Crago, Homer Carman Crago. Third Row: 
Charles B. Taylor, Kenneth Wayne Kay, David Earl Yoho, Jack 
Orville Hess, James L. Hamilton, Lawrence Lee Jamison, Albert 
E. Klebe, Jr., Herbert R. Etz. Fourth Row: Frank Griswold Orr, 
William Erasmus Rhodes, Donald D. Strench, J. B. White, Roy 
Alvin Schafer, Alex N. Bolton, Charles C. Ashton, William 
Mager King. Fifth Row: Robert C. Kurner, Raymond McDade, 
Russell Morgan Stewart, Francis Hank. 




RIGINALLY a literary society and then a local 
fraternity, West Virginia Alpha of Phi Delta Theta was given 
a charter in 1926. The national fraternity was organized in 
1848 and its first chapter was established at Miami University. 

There are now 108 active chapters and approximately 
49,000 active members. 

Chapter officers are: James B. hiamilton, president; James 
E. hiamilton, secretary; William L. Steed, treasurer. 



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JOHN G. HACKNEY . FRANCIS HANK 



JIM B. HAMILTON 
ALBERT E. KLEBE, JR. 
WILLIAM M. KING 



Class of 1942 

GEORGE J. McCLURE 
ROBERT W, NELSON 
WILLIAM H. STEED 



J. B. WHITE 
DOUGLAS W. WYNN 
DAVID E. YOHO 



PHI DELTA THETA 




MICHAEL C. COX 
HOMER C. CRAGO 



CHARLES C. ASHTON 
JOHN M. BOYD 
PAUL C. CRAGO 



Class of 1943 

ROGER L. HICKS 
WILLIAM E. RHODES 
DONALD D. STRENCH 

Class of 1944 

JAMES L. HAMILTON 
PAT R. HAMILTON 
HUGH D. HICKS 
KENNETH W. KAY 



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CHARLES B. TAYLOR 
ROBERT L. WATSON 



RAYMOND L. KEPLINGER. JR. 
ROBERT C. KURNER 
NATHAN L. ROBINSON 




ALEX N. BOLTON 
GEORGE S. CHADWICK 
HERBERT R. ETZ 



Class of 1945 

JACK O. HESS 
WILLIAM E. KAY 
LAWRENCE L. JEMISON 
RAYMOND McDADE 



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ROY A. SCHAFER 
RUSSELL M. STEWART 



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Top Row: John Duncan McCue^ Louis D. Corson, John A. Shep- 
herd, Eugene Parker St. Clair, William Trevy Nutter, Ralph 
Mohney Rymer, Dorsey Oran Cole, Jr., Eugene I. Williams, 
Clarence Caudill Joseph K. Buchanan. Second Row: Thomas 
Berry Courtney, Charles Caudill, George Adamson Hunter, Wil- 
liam Ray Hale, Thomas Snider Roblson, Charles Norman Reyn- 
olds. Robert Scott Kent. Gilbert S. Bachmann. Third Row: Rob- 
ert Earl Richard, Emiyn David Arters, Allan Woodbury Babcock. 
Wesley Craft Brashear, William Scott Bergdoll, James Newell 
Bray. Robert Luther Brock, Jr., William Maxwell Bowers. Fourth 
Row: William Allen Bumgardner, George W. May. Watson Arch 
McCoy, Charles E. Lawall, Jr., Edward Monroe Nelson, Jr., 
Steve McNeill, Harry Blackstone Colborn, II, Don Randolph Dun- 
can F. Steele Earnshaw, James Augustus Marstiller. Fifth Row: 
Phil Holland Williams, Louis Bennett McKInley, Ralph Kenneth 
Weekly, Flavius Davisson Ward, Thomas B. Hardman, Robert C. 
Smith, Robert Browning Pierce, Jack Hamilton Samples. Sixth 
Row: Charles H. Ballard, Donald Kay Becker. James Ronald 
Moore. Joseph V, Gibson, Jr. 




'FTER a disagreement In the Columbia Literary 
Society, the dissenting group organized the Athenian Society 
In 1889. In May of the next year It was chartered as West 
Virginia Alpha Chapter of Phi Kappa PsI. 

The fraternity was founded nationally In 1852 at what Is 
now Washington and Jefferson College. 

The local officers are: Dorsey Cole, president; George 
Hunter, vice-president; Steve McNeill, secretary; Jim Earn- 
shaw, treasurer. 



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LOUIS D. CORSON WILLIAM T, NUTTER 



Class of 1942 
GILBERT S. BACHMANN DORSEY O. COLE, JR. 

WESLEY C. BRASHEAR GEORGE A. HUNTER 

WILLIAM A. BUMGARDNER JAMES A. MARSTILLER 

JOHN D. McCUE 



ROBERT B. PIERCE 
JOHN A. SHEPHERD 
PHIL H. WILLIAMS 



PHI K H P P H P S I 



ROBERT L. BROCK, JR. 
CHARLES CAUDILL 
CLARENCE CAUDILL 



EMLYN D. ARTERS 
ALLAN W. BABCOCK 
CHARLES H. BALLARD 
F. STEELE EARNSHAW 

DONALD K. BECKER 
WILLIAM S. BERGDOLL 
WILLIAM M. BOWERS 
JAMES N. BRAY 
JOSEPH K. BUCHANAN 



Class of 1943 

HARRY B. COLBORN, II. 
THOMAS B COURTNEY 
WILLIAM R. HALE 

Class of 1944 
ROBERT S. KENT 
GEORGE W. MAY 
STEVE McNEILL 

Class of 1945 
DON R. DUNCAN 
JOSEPH V. GIBSON, JR. 
THOMAS B, HARDMAN 
LOUIS B. McKINLEY 
ROBERT E. RICHARD 
THOMAS S. ROBISON 



CHARLES E. LAWALL, JR. 
WATSON A. McCOY 
RALPH K. WEEKLY 



JAMES R. MOORE 
EDWARD M. NELSON, JR. 
CHARLES N. REYNOLDS 
FLAVIUS D. WARD 

RALPH M. RYMER 
JACK H. SAMPLES 
ROBERT C. SMITH 
EUGENE P. ST. CLAIR 
EUGENE I. WILLIAMS 





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Top Row: John Adams Springer, Marcus William Dodd. 
Second Row: Guy Harry Peterson, Jr., Frederick Holmes 
Smith, Jesse D. Williams, Francis King Cole. Third Row: 
Robert C. Stelle, Robert Dean Huston, Sam Edward 
Schater, Fred Renner White. 




"LPHA Gamma Chapter of Phi Kappa Sigma 
was given a charter in 1896; the national fraternity was 
founded in 1850 at the University of Pennsylvania. 

In the years between 1855 and I860, eight Southern chap- 
ters were given charters; the Civil War destroyed all of them 
and only three were reorganized. Active chapters number 
37 and the total membership is 12,000. 

Chapter officers are: John Lasky, president; Guy Peterson, 
vice-president; Robert Huston, secretary; Samuel Schafer, 
treasurer. 



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JOHN A. SPRINGER 



JESSE D. WILLIAMS 



PHI KAPPA SIGMA 



Class of 1943 



FRANCIS KING COLE 



MARCUS WILLIAM DODD 



GUY H. PETERSON, JR. 



SAM EDWARD SCHAFER 



FREDERICK H. SMITH 



ROBERT C. STEELE 




FRED RENNER WHITE 



Class of 1944 



ROBERT DEAN HUSTON 




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RECEDED by Mu Delta Mu, a local fraternity, 
Upsilon Chapter of Phi Sigma Delta was given a charter in 
1927. Alpha Chapter was founded at Columbia University in 
1909. Since that time the national organization has grown to 
include 21 active chapters and over 2,500 members. 

Purple and white are the fraternity colors and the carna- 
tion its official flower. 

Officers are: Jack Lotstein, president; Albert Davne, vice- 
president; Joseph Feldberg, secretary; Don Seixas, treasurer. 



Top Row: Marvin S. Tuchman, Milton Sidney Koslow, 
Second Row: Jack Lotsfein, Roy S. Temeles, Joseph I. 
Schwartz, J. Malcolm Feldberg. Third Row: Albert Davne, 
Carl C. Carp, Allan Marvin Labowitz. Donald Seixas. 
Fourth Row: Seymour Abrams, Stanton Langbord, Edward 
Norman Learner, Milton Kotler. Arthur Jay Reader, Theo- 
dor Louis Schuchat. 



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MILTON S. KOSLOW 



ALBERT DAVNE 



Class of 1942 

J. MALCOLM FELDBERG 
JACK LOTSTEIN 



JOSEPH L SCHWARTZ 



PHI SIGMA D E L T H 



SEYMOUR ABRAMS 
CARL C. CARP 



ALLAN M. LABOWITZ 



EDWARD N. LEARNER 



Class of 1943 

ARTHUR J. READER 



Class of 1945 
THEADOR I. SCHUCHAT 



DONALD SEIXAS 
MILTON KOTLER 



Class of 1944 

STANTON LANGBORD MARVIN S. TUCHMAN 



ROY S. TEMELES 




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Top Row: John H. Bannister, Charles E. Greene, George L. 
Judy, Charles R. Kunkie, Charles E. Lester. Hugh J. Marsh, 
John B, Connell, Jr.. Edward E. Franz. Granville C. Egleson, 
William V. M. Green, Glenn F. Siegrist, George W. Hogshead. 
Second Row: Bentamin P. Brown. John M. Ashcraft, Jr., John 
Perry Kermit R. Orders, Robert G. Rawe, William T. Williams, 
Joe C. Elliot, William I. Powell, L. B. O'Neal, Richard Bayne, 
Donovan H. Bond, Herbert R. Taylor. Third Row: Justus W. 
Eakin, William E. Burroughs, Robert MacFarland, Charles E. 
Champe, Richard B. Clark, James W. Conner, Paul N. Bowles, 
Preston C. Davis, James M. DePue, William F. Gott., Fourth 
Row: Clement C. Smith, Clarence C. Bragg, George I. Rexroad. 
Frank R. Yoke, Jr.. Carl W. Thompson, Frederick L. Thomas, 
Ruffner Stalnaker, John E. Stenger, Norval E. Rogers, Charles 
F. Printz. Fifth Row: James A. Thompson, Allen B. Sanders, 
Dona van R. Patterson, George L. Morris. Robert L. Looney, 
Ralph Hogshead, Jr., Thomas C. McFarland, Dowel! Gray. 
Charles D, Houck, J, E, Ellis Jr., Harry C. Foster, Jr., Charles 
W. Edgar, Jr. Sixth Row: Thomas E. Stanley, William R. Carr, 
William M. Brooks, John L. Snider, Kenneth D. Bailey, William 
L. Wagner, William V, Graham, Eugene D. Caussin, James M. 
McLaugherty, John F. Stickel, Jr.. John W. Hoy, Jr., Jack T. 
Turner. Seventh Row: Marvin D. Orahood, Edgar C. Siegrist, 
Don J. NIckell, Samuel C. McCorkle, Edward R. Lester, Robert 
M. Long, Charles H. Wagoner. 



,NOWN as the "Three T's" for the first five 
years of its existence, Phi Sigma Kappa was organized at 
Massachusetts State College in 1873. 

Delta Chapter was the fourth chartered by the national fra- 
ternity and the second oldest fraternity to remain active on 
the local campus. It was founded in 1891. 

The 48 active chapters of Phi Sigma Kappa include a mem- 
bership of over 14,000. 

The officers are: Richard Bayne, president; Robert Carr, 
Vice-President; John Connell, secretary; C. E. Greene, treas- 
urer. 



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WILLIAM ROBERT CARR 
RALPH HOGSHEAD. JR. 



Graduate Students 

JAMES MILTON McCLAUGHERTY 



CHARLES FRANCIS PRINTZ 
EDGAR C. SIEGRIST 



RICHARD BAYNE 
DONOVAN HINER BOND 
CLARENCE CORDER BRAGG 
BENJAMIN P. BROWN 
RICHARD BENNETT CLARK 
JOHN BOHAN CONNELL, JR. 



Class of 1942 

CHARLES EDWARD GREENE 
GEORGE WILLIAM HOGSHEAD 
CHARLES DOTSON HOUCK 
JOHN WESLEY HOY. JR. 
GEORGE LEE JUDY 
HUGH J. MARSH 



THOMAS C. McFARLAND 
DON JARRETT NICKELL 
L. BURKE O'NEAL 
DONAVAN ROSS PATTERSON 
ALLEN B. SANDERS 
JOHN LYNN SNIDER 



PHI S I G M H K H P P H 



KENNETH DALE BAILEY 
JOHN HENRY BANNISTER 
PRESTON CALDWELL DAVIS 
JUSTUS WELLS EAKIN 



OOWELL GRAY 
ROBERT M. LONG 
ELWOOD ROY LESTER 
ROBERT LEWIS LOONEY 



Class of 1943 

CHARLES W. EDGAR. JR. 
WILLIAM V. GRAHAM 
WILLIAM VAN METER GREEN 
GLENN FREDERICK SIEGRIST 



Class of 1944 

GEORGE LYLE MORRIS 
KERMIT REED ORDERS 
WILLIAM IRA POWELL 
J. EDGAR ELLIS. JR. 
EDWARD EUGENE FRANZ 



JOHN ELDON STENGER 
JOHN FREDERICK STICKEL. JR. 
JACK THORNE TURNER 
WILLIAM MADISON BROOKS 



WILLIAM FRED GOH 
ROBERT GEORGE RAWE 
CLEMENT CARROLL SMITH 
FRANK R. YOKE. JR. 



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CHARLES R. KUNKLE 
CHARLES EDWARD LESTER 
SAMUEL COMSTOCK McCORKLE 
ROBERT MacFARLAND 
MARVIN DAVID ORAHOOD 
JOHN PERRY 

JOHN MARION ASHCRAFT. JR. 
PAUL NATHAN BOWLES 
WILLIAM ERNEST BURROUGHS 



Class of 1945 

EUGENE DIXON CAUSSIN 
CHARLES ERNEST CHAMPE 
JAMES WILLIAM CONNER 
JAMES MARSHALL DePUE 
GRANVILLE CHARLES EGLESON 
JOE CRADDOCK ELLIOH 
HARRY CLIFFORD FOSTER. JR. 
GEORGE IRVIN REXROAD 
NORVAL EUGENE ROGERS 



RUFFNER STALNAKER 
THOMAS EDWARD STANLEY 
HERBERT ROY TAYLOR 
FREDERICK LIONEL THOMAS 
JAMES ALPHA THOMPSON 
CARL WINSTON THOMPSON 
CHARLES HENRY WAGONER 
WILLIAM L. WAGNER 
WILLIAM TILDEN WILLIAMS 




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Top Row: William Paul Chapman, Donald John Ackley, 
George Bowers Rice. Douglas Merrill Ammons, Thomas 
H. Booth, Charles William Gardner, Clyde Robert Cat- 
trell. Second Row: Edward Paul Stockman, Jr., Frederick 
Ott Byrer. William Lowry Graham, Lewis Edward Davis. 
Third Row: John Robert Hall, James M. Martin, Richard 
W. Sycafoose, Thomas Bryan Bickel. Fourfh Row: Jack 
A. Borror, G. Edward Cary, Joseph hielde Shefslelc. 



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OUNDED In 1868 at the University of Virginia, 
Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity was the result of the close friend- 
ship of three men who had served together in the Confed- 
erate Army. 

Alpha Theta Chapter was founded at West Virginia n 1904; 
seventy-eight active chapters are now included in the organ- 
ization. 

Local chapter officers are: Jim Martin, president; Ed Carey, 
vice-president; Charles Gardner, secretary; Jack Borror, treas- 
urer. 



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Class of 1942 

CLYDE R. CATTRELL 
GEORGE B. RICE 



RICHARD W. SYCAFOOSE 



PI K H P P H H L P H H 



FREDERICK O. BYRER 



DONALD J. ACKLEY 



Class of 1943 

WILLIAM P. CHAPMAN 
JAMES M. MARTIN 



Class of 1944 

JACK A. BORROR 
G. EDWARD CARY 



JOSEPH H. SHEFSIEK 



CHARLES W. GARDNER 



Class of 1945 

DOUGLAS M. AMMONS LEWIS E. DAVIS JOHN R. HALL 

THOMAS H. BOOTH WILLIAM L. GRAHAM EDWARD P. STOCKMAN. JR. 



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Top Row: Irvine Belnhorn, Sanford Allen Lewis, Arthur 
Ardman, Aaron Rose. Lester Hugh Roth, Morton D. 
Schumann, Norman Jack Mallinger. Second Row: Daniel 
Sam Sax, Morton Arnold Mallinger, Henry Joseph Good- 
man, Alfred Lovitz. Third Row: Stanley Davis Gottlieb, 
Paul Shifman, Melvin Wclpert, Chester Lovett. Fourth 
Row: Harold Kanter, Max Lloyd Kammer, Gene Handels- 
man, Paul J. Kaufman, Stanley Edwin Deutsch, Philip 
Martin Goldstein. 




Lambda Phi was founded at Yale University 
in 1895; expansion, however, was too rapid to be permanent 
and only five of the original nine chapters were left in 1900. 

In that year a reorganization convention was held and the 
fraternity now includes 18 active chapters and over 2,500 
members. Mu Chapter was founded at West Virginia in 1922. 

Chapter officers are: Harold Kanter, president; Lester Roth, 
vice-president; Gene hiandelsman, secretary; Paul Shifman, 
treasurer. 




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Graduate Student 

AARON ROSE 



STANLEY E. DEUTSCH 



Class of 1942 

HENRY J. GOODMAN 
MAX L. KAMMER 



PAUL J. KAUFMAN 



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HAROLD KANTER 



IRVINE BEINHORN 



Class of 1943 

MORTON A. MALLINGER 
LESTER H. ROTH 

Class of 1944 

GENE HANDELSMAN 



PAUL SHIFMAN 




CHESTER LOVETT 



ARTHUR ARDMAN 
PHILLIP M. GOLDSTEIN 
STANLEY D. GOHLIEB 



Class of 1945 

SANFORD A. LEWIS 
ALFRED LOVITZ 
NORMAN J. MALLINGER 



DANIEL S. SAX 

MORTON D. SCHUMANN 

MELVIN WOLPERT 




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Top Row: Jack Brannan, Harry Nelson Crichton. John William 
Sfraton, James S. McLaughlin, John R. Romine. Roy W. Biddle, 
Tom Wash, Jr.. John Harrison Burtnett, Jr., Olin Carter Glass 
James Murphy Poindexter, James Burton Crawford, William 
Harvey RuHI. Second Row: Thomas S. Knapp, James Ray Hart 
man, William Meigs Kramer. Jimmy Linville, Michael John Mc 
Andrew, Robert A. Crichton, Robert Edward Sharps. Douglas H, 
Harnish, Jr., Edwin Timbers, Julius Walton Singleton, Jr, 
Third Row: Robert DeWitt Peck, James A. Nunley, John Richard 
Watson. J. Charles Hall, Jr., James Grant Couch, George H 
Siems, Jr., William T. Lively, Fred D. Leckie, James A. Graham 
William Henderson Gardner. Fourth Row: James Gerrard 
Ersklne. Robert Kelleler Flanagan, Walter Greig Crichton, Jr. 
Herbert Read Carney. Nathan Price Baker, Lloyd Wallace Brake, 
Stanley Rhey Cox, Jr., Henry Allen Thrasher, Ray Knowlton Stuart, 
Harry Tut Callahan, George Evans Carver, Jr., Harry Nathan 
Casto. Fifth Row: Robert Lake Wlldman, Richard Samuel 
Stephens, William G. Stathers, Robert Harper Thaw, Harold M 
Stumpp, P. A. Wright, Elder David Zlegler, Robert L. Sommer 
ville, George Singleton. William J. Flaherty. Sixth Row: John 
E. Greenwood. Robert L. Hartman, Charles Kinsley McWhorter, 
Charles O. Stout. 



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HE youngest member of the Miami Triad, 
Sigma Chi, was founded in 1855 at Miami University. Mu Mu 
Chapter on the campus received its charter in 1895. 

Sigma Phi was the first name given to Sigma Chi, but in 
1856 members of a rival fraternity stole its ritual and records, 
making it necessary to change both the name and the secrets. 

Officers are: James Couch, president; Robert hiartman, 
vice-president; John Romine, secretary; Robert Sharps, treas- 



urer. 





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NATHAN P. BAKER 
JOHN H. BURTNETT. JR. 
GEORGE E. CARVER. JR. 
JAMES B. CRAWFORD 
ROBERT A. CRICHTON 



Class of 1942 

WALTER G. CRICHTON, JR. 
OLIN C. GLASS 
THOMAS S. KNAPP 
WILLIAM M. KRAMER 



ROBERT D. PECK 
JAMES M. POINDEXTER 
GEORGE H. SIEMS, JR. 
JULIUS W. SINGLETON, JR. 
RAY K. STUART 



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ROY W. BIDDLE 
JAMES GRANT COUCH 
WILLIAM H. GARDNER 
J. CHARLES HALL, JR. 



LLOYD W. BRAKE 
HERBERT R. CARNEY 
STANLEY R. COX. JR. 
JAMES A. GRAHAM 
JOHN E. GREENWOOD 
JAMES R. HARTMAN 



JACK BRANNAN 
HARRY T. CALLAHAN 
HARRY N. CASTO 
HARRY N. CRICHTON 
JAMES G. ERSKINE 



Class of 1943 

DOUGLAS H. HARNISH, JR. 
ROBERT L. HARTMAN 
WILLIAM LIVELY 
MICHAEL J. McANDREW 

Class of 1944 

JAMES s. McLaughlin 

CHARLES K. McWHORTER 
JAMES A. NUNLEY 
JOHN R. ROMINE 
GEORGE SINGLETON 
ROBERT L. SOMMERVILLE 

Class of 1945 

WILLIAM J. FLAHERTY 
ROBERT K. FLANAGAN 
FRED D. LECKIE 
JIMMY LINVILLE 



ROBERT E. SHARPS 
ROBERT H. THAW 
JOHN R. WATSON 
P. A. WRIGHT 



WILLIAM G. STATHERS 
CHARLES O. STOUT 
JOHN W. STRATON 
HAROLD M. STUMPP 
HENRY A. THRASHER 
EDWIN TIMBERS 



WILLIAM H. RUHL 
RICHARD S. STEPHENS 
TOM WASH. JR. 
ROBERT L. WILDMAN 
ELDER D. ZIEGLER 





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Top Row: William Bain, Wiiliam Wayne McCoy, Jack 
Wilson Chidester, William At ha Conway. A. Colin Mc- 
Clung. Franlc Stephenson Hewitt, William Francis Ranson. 
Second Row: Richard DIckerson Frazler, Charles J. 
Wehner, John Adams. Jr., John Pack Hindsley. Third 
Row: Nerval Thomas Morris, D. Louis Gundling, Archie 
C. Thompson, William Vernon McNemar. Fourth Row: 
Robert Claude Splker, John Clayton Abrams, William 
Richard McCune, Donald Painter Brown, Harold D. 
Sparling, James B, Rich, John Underwood Taylor. 



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^7^ HE Legion of Honor, as Sigma Nu was orig- 
inally named, was founded at Virginia Military Institute in 
1868. In January, 1869, the present name was adopted. 

Gamma Pi Chapter at West Virginia was granted a charter 
in 1904. The 98 chapters of Sigma Nu include a membership 
of approximately 32,000. 

Chapter officers are: Charles V. Wehner, president; Arch 
C. Thompson, vice-president; Frank S. Hewitt, secretary; 
Roy Hashinger, treasurer. 




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Class of 1942 



WILLIAM A. CONAWAY 



D. LOUIS GUNDLING 
JOHN P. HINDSLEY 



ROBERT C. SPIKER 



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FRANK S. HEWITT 



JOHN C. ABRAMS 
DONALD P. BROWN 



Class of 1943 

NORVAL T. MORRIS 
JAMES B. RICH 



Class of 1944 

WILLIAM W. McCOY 
WILLIAM R. McCUNE 



ARCHIE C. THOMPSON 
CHARLES J. WEHNER 



WILLIAM F. RANSON 
HAROLD D. SPARLING 




WILLIAM BAIN 
JACK W. CHIDESTER 



Class of 1945 

RICHARD D. FRAZIER 
A. COLIN McCLUNG 



WILLIAM V. McNEMAR 
JOHN U. TAYLOR 




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EST Virginia Beta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon 
was given a charter in 1903. Sigma Phi Epsilon's predecessor 
organization was the Saturday Night Club at Richmond Uni- 
versity. 

In 1901 the social club reorganized as a national fraternity 
and adopted the name which it bears today. Over 18,000 
members are included in the 75 active chapters. 

Chapter officers are: Aaron Browning, president; William 
Lamson, vice-president; Hugh Voress, secretary; William 
Moyer, treasurer. 



Top Row: Howard James Boomer, William Adair Moyer, 
James Clark Coffman, Richard Ruddle Pharr, Robert W. 
Cranston, Jr., Charles William Lamson, Aaron Browning. 
Second Row: Kenneth Haslebacher, Jr., Lester L. Hi!- 
dreth, Hugh Ellison Voress, Robert Leroy Dunning. Third 
Row: Russell M. Fisher, William P. Marshall, Warren Lee 
Gould, Elbert E. Legg, Robert Clarence Pierson, Jr. 



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ROBERT CRANSTON 



Class of 1942 

LESTER L. HILDRETH 



RICHARD R. PHARR 



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HOWARD J. BOOMER 



AARON BROWNING 



KENNETH HASLEBACHER, JR. 
CHARLES W. LAMSON 



Class of 1943 

JAMES C. COFFMAN 
WILLIAM P. MARSHALL 



Class of 1944 

RUSSELL M. FISHER 

Class of 1945 
ELBERT E. LEGG 
ROBERT C. PIERSON, JR. 



WILLIAM A. MOVER 



WARREN L. GOULD 



HUGH E. VORESS 
ROBERT L. DUNNING 





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Top Row: Joseph Michel Lombardo. Robert A. hHeyi, 
William James Jennings, Robert L. Hartley, Charles 
Glenn Hackney, John Kazik, Charles Andrew Schin- 
dler. III. Second Row: Robert Wayne Knight, Herbert 
Harold Goff, Henry Arie Post, Richard W. Lee, David 
Alonzo Haught, James Franklin Hare, Jr. Third Row: 
Clayton Boyd Coleman, William Michael Zatezalo, Wil- 
liam Fred Dimmick, Paul Sterling Deem, Francis Loraine 
Metz, Jr., Harold Kirk Curry. Fourth Row: Lorentz C. 
Hamilton. Fifth Row: John Francis Volker. Warren Lee 
Grace. 




-AU Kappa Epsilon was originally organized ai 
the Knights of Classic Lore, a non-Greek society. Three years 
later, in 1902, the parent chapter at Illinois Wesleyan College 
adopted the present name. 

Rho Chapter was given a charter in 1923; at the present 
time, the national organization consists of 42 active chapters 
and 76 alumni groups. 

Officers are: hiarold Curry, president; Warren Grace, vice- 
president; James F. fHare, Jr., secretary; Francis Metz, treas- 



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WILLIAM F. DIMMICK 



Graduate Students 

WARREN L. GRACE LORENTZ C. HAMILTON 




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CLAYTON B. COLEMAN 
PAUL S. DEEM 
ROBERT L. HARTLEY 



HAROLD K. CURRY 
HERBERT H. GOFF 
CHARLES G. HACKNEY 



Class of 1942 

WILLIAM J. JENNINGS 
JOHN KAZIK 



Class of 1943 

JAMES F. HARE 
DAVID A. HAUGHT 
ROBERT A. HEYL 
ROBERT W. KNIGHT 



CHARLES A. SCHINDLER. Ill 
JOHN F. VOLKER 
WILLIAM M. ZATEZALO 



RICHARD W. LEE 
JOSEPH M. LOMBARDO 
FRANCIS L. METZ 




Class of 1944 
HENRY A. POST 



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Top Row: Lois Elizabeth Keith, Elizabeth Ann Roberts, 
Sibyl Louise Meadows, Edna Mae Jamison, Margaret 
Louise Reid, Emma Jane Freshwater, Betty Ellen Shana- 
barger. Second Row; Clara Elizabeth Spotts. Jane Das- 
tins Burtnett, Virginia Grace Hyer, Bette Louise hlawkins. 
Third Row: Rosemary Wood, Lucille Meadows. Trixie Lee 
Shrewsbury, Dona Jean Tissue. Fourth Row: Betty Black- 
more, Mary Martha Frye, Virginia Judy, Evelyn Warner. 




'LPHA Delta Pi. fhe first secret organization for 
women, was founded in 1851 at Wesleyan Female College 
as the Adelphian Society. 

Not until 1904 did this society become Alpha Delta Pi; 
in deference to the older name, the sorority magazine is now 
called the "Adelphian." 

Alpha Upsilon Chapter at West Virginia University received 
its charter in 1924. The 57 active chapters of Alpha Delta Pi 
have a total membership of over 14.000. 

Sorority officers are: Rosemary Wood, president; Edna 
Mae Jamison, vice-president; Jane Burtnett, secretary; Mar- 
garet Reid, treasurer. 



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JANE D. BURTNETT 
VIRGINIA &. HYER 



Class of 1942 

EDNA M. JAMISON 
SIBYL L. MEADOWS 
EVELYN WARNER 



ROSEMARY WOOD 
LUCILLE MEADOWS 



ALPHA D [ L T H PI 



BETTY BLACKMORE 
EMMA J FRESHWATER 



BETTE L. HAWKINS 



VIRGINIA JUDY 



Class of 1943 
MARY M. FRYE 



Class of 1944 

LOIS E. KEITH 
MARGARET L. REID 



Class of 1945 
BETTY E. SHANABARGER 



TRIXIE L. SHREWSBURY 
CLARA E. SPOnS 



ELIZABETH A. ROBERTS 



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Top Row: Virginia K. Walkup, Katherine Ann Creel, Ger- 
trude Cochran Roby, Alma Louise Mann, Ethel Mae De- 
Bolt, Mary Jean Burdick, Virginia Alicia Bertrand, Jane 
Isabel Staubly. Second Row: Mary Elizabeth Galpln, 
Dorothy May Co'lett, Natalie Barnard, Evelynn Mae 
O'Neil, Mabel Thayer Hoskins, Ellen Marie Campbell. 
Third Row; Dorothy Anne Llewellyn. Muriel Harriet Bert- 
rand. Helen Andrick, Dorothy Jane Henderson, Virginia 
Lee Beard, Betty Kay Brumbaugh. Fourth Row: Margaret 
K. Hannah. Fifth Row: Ruth Fontaine Watts, Doris E. 
Kanode, Regina Belle Smolder. Kathleen Marie Scott. 




•LPHA Chapter of Alpha Phi v/as organized at 
Syracuse University in 1872; in 1907 the sorority became inter- 
national with the installation of a chapter at Toronto. 

Beta lota Chapter was chartered at West Virginia Univer- 
sity in 1930. The national organization includes 37 active 
chapters and over 12,000 members. 

Chapter officers are: Virginia Wali(up, president; Virginia 
Bertrand, vice-president; Mabel hHoskins, secretary; hfarriet 
Bertrand, treasurer. 



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MARY J. BURDICK 



Class of 1942 

ELLEN M. CAMPBELL 
MARY E. GALPIN 
MARGARET K. HANNAH 



MABLE T. HOSKINS 
VIRGINIA R. WALKUP 



ALPHA 



VIRGINIA L. BEARD 
MURIEL H. BERTRAND 
VIRGINIA A. BERTRAND 



NATALIE BARNARD 



DOROTHY M. COLLETT 



Class of 1943 

DOROTHY J. HENDERSON 
DORIS E. KANODE 
ALMA L. MANN 
EVELYNN M. O'NEIL 

Class of 1944 

BETTY K. BRUMBAUGH 
ETHEL M. DeBOLT 

Class of 1945 
KATHERINE A. CREEL 
GERTRUDE C. ROBY 



KATHLEEN M. SCOTT 
JANE I. STAUBLY 
RUTH F. WATTS 



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DOROTHY A. LLEWELLYN 



REGINA B. SMOLDER 



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Top Row: Marion Robertson, Ruth Marjorle WIntz, Suzanne 
Adams, Estatle Lee Keplinger, Nancy Lee Morris, Helen Elolse 
Nichols, Mary Nan Knapp, Susan Jean Pugh. Sarah Elizabeth 
Roberts, Betty J. Rolland. Olga Mae Wyatt. Second Row: Flor- 
ence M. Smith, June Rose, Nada May Seabright, Mary Eleanor 
Wheat, Peggy Anne Harpfer, Nancy Brokaw Ebellng, Ruth Bacon, 
Dorothy June Ashworth. Third Row: Lee Eleanor Alfred, Bettie 
Hill. Evelyn Marie HIM, Anna belle Summers, Jeanne Clarice 
Strickling, Janet Tolliver. Ruth Irene Hall. Mariorie Norene 
Phillips. Edith Anne Hutchinson, Barbara Jean Knight, Anita M. 
Tabor. Fourth Row: Bernlce Bane, Sarah Elizabeth Hashing er, 
Jane Robbins. Joan Pyle. Margaret Eagen, Elisabeth Ann Ballard. 
Sara Louise Harrington, Virginia Aloise Skaggs, Bettie Lorraine 
Toothman. Martha N. Hopkins. Mary Evelyn Turner, Fifth Row: 
Barbara Louise Bailey. Jo Ann Peters, Laura Louise Bergdoll. 
Betty Jane Cronln. Mary Matine Monroe, Barbara Anne DeVore, 
Lois Bright, Louise Julia Lucas, Winona June Parsons. 



ITH the founding of lota Chapter In 1905, Alpha 
Xi Delta was the first national sorority to become established 
on the campus of West Virginia University. The national 
organization was founded at Lombard College In 1893. 

Over 11,000 members are included In Alpha Xi Delta. 
Double blue and gold are the sorority colors and a pink 
Killarney rose Is its flower. 

Chapter officers are: Margaret Eagen, president; Jane 
Robbins, vice-president; Evelyn hllll. recording secretary; 
Louise Bergdoll, treasurer. 



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MARY M. MONROE 
LAURA L. BERGDOLL 
MARGARET EAGEN 
SARA L, HARRINGTON 



SARAH E. HASHINGER 
EVELYN M. HILL 
LOUISE J. LUCAS 



HELEN E. NICHOLS 
JANET TOLLIVER 
MARY E. WHEAT 
ELISABETH A. BALLARD 



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RUTH BACON 
BARBARA A. DeVORE 



BETTY J, CRONIN 
LEE E. ALFRED 
DOROTHY J. ASHWORTH 
BARBARA L. BAILEY 
RUTH I. HALL 
MARTHA N. HOPKINS 
MARY N. KNAPP 



SUZANNE ADAMS 
BERNICE BANE 
LOIS BRIGHT 
NANCY B. EBELING 



Class of 1943 

ESTELLA L. KEPLINGCR 
JANE ROBBINS 

Class of 1944 

BARBARA J. KNIGHT 
NANCY L. MORRIS 
WINONA J. PARSONS 
JO ANN PETERS 
JOAN PYLE 
SARAH E. ROBERTS 



Class of 1945 
PEGGY A. HARPFER 
BEHIE HILL 

EDITH A. HUTCHINSON 
MARJORIE N. PHILLIPS 
SUSAN J. PUGH 



RUTH M. WINTZ 
OLGA M. WYATT 



MARION ROBERTSON 
BETTY J. ROLLAND 
VIRGINIA A. SKAGGS 
FLORENCE M. SMITH 
JEANNE C. STRICKLING 
ANITA M. TABOR 
BETTIE L TOOTHMAN 



JUNE ROSE 
NADA M. SEABRIGHT 
ANNABELLE SUMMERS 
MARY E. TURNER 





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Top Row: Mary Louise Lorentz, Mary Eleanor Mulholland, 
Frances Lorraine Schultz, Bettie Jane Duncan, Mary Sue White, 
Virginia Rae McCune, Florence Evelyn Cornell. Jeanne Elizabeth 
Haberer, Jean Forbes Smith, Emily Jean Bell. Second Row: 
Frances Eileen Watt, Alice Kerr, Mary Jane hlurt, Betty Louise 
Kessel, Marjorle Garlow, Jean Wallace Ballantyne, Joan Eliza- 
beth Logan, Betty Martin God bey. Third Row: Jan is Kathryn 
Henderson. Margaret K. Miller, Peggy Smith, Elizabeth Udell 
Moore, Mildred Ferrell, Betty Jayne Neigh bo rga II, Susan Eliz- 
abeth Bates, Mary Ann Lewis. Fourth Row: Laura Mae Bart- 
lett, Keitha Anne Randal, Marjorle Morrison. Dorothy Milton 
Wash, Bette Ruth Downs, Margaret Ellen Matters, Katherine 
Kessel, Jean Forbes Smith. Fifth Row: Mary Porter Wise, 
Barbara Ruth Lamb. Mary Eleanor Bowie. Martha Jane Muldoon, 
Louise Amelia Robinson, Nancy June Scott. 



OUNDED In 1895 at the University of Arkansas, 
Chi Omega now has a roll of 93 active chapters and 37 
alunnni groups, nnaking it the largest national sorority in nunn- 
ber of chapters. 

Theta Chapter on the local campus was given a charter In 
1905; the "Mystagogue," sorority magazine, has been pub- 
lished since the same year. 

Chapter officers are: Mary Sue White, president; Martha 
Muldoon, vice-president; Jean Bell, secretary; Bette Downs, 
treasurer. 



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SUSAN E. BATES 
KATHERINE KESSEL 
MARY E. MULHOLLAND 
KEITHA A. RANDAL 



Class of 1942 

JEAN F. SMITH 
JEAN M. SMITH 
BETTIE J. DUNCAN 



MARJORIE GARLOW 
BETTY M. GODBEY 
ALICE KERR 
VIRGINIA R. McCUNE 



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MARY E. BOWIE 
BETTE R. DOWNS 
BETTY L. KESSEL 



JEAN W. BALLANTYNE 
EMILY J. BELL 
MILDRED FERRELL 
JEANNE E. HABERER 
JANIS K. HENDERSON 

LAURA M. BARTLETT 







Class of 1943 

ELIZABETH U. MOORE 
MARTHA J. MULDOON 
BETTY J. NEIGHBORGALL 
MARY S. WHITE 

Class of 1944 

BARBARA R. LAMB 
MARY A. LEWIS 
MARY L. LORENTZ 
MARGARET E. MATTERS 

Class of 1945 
FLORENCE E. CORNELL 
MARY J. HURT 



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DOROTHY M. WASH 
FRANCES E. WATT 
FRANCES L. SCHULTZ 



MARGARET K. MILLER 
MARJORIE MORRISON 
LOUISE A. ROBINSON 
NANCY J. SCOn 
PEGGY SMITH 

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Top Row: Florence Jane Shaffer, Nancy Louise Russell. Llllie 
Louise Chapman. Mary Elizabeth Guy. Eleanor June Spangler, 
Elizabeth Ann Dickinson, Margaret Elaine Gather. Agnes Mae 
Osborne. Dorothy Virginia Sharpless, Maxine May Swiger. Sec- 
ond Row; Marian LaRue Shannon. Rita Peck Riffee. Evelyn May 
Mead, Margaret Agnes Morgan, Doris Claire Young, Jimmie 
Beth Morrison. Margaret Guy. Mary Dee Anderson. Third Row: 
Phyllis Hamilton. Patricia Chapman Orton, Alice Ann Davis, 
Helen Marie Wilson, Phyllis Ann RIemann. Margaret Eleanor 
Shaffer, Frances Moose, Margaret Jane Gibbs. Fourth Row: 
Martha Gibson, Margaret Ann Leach, Cornelia Schofield, Har- 
riett Sue Stafford, Alice Louise Spiker, Mary Belle Polley, Vir- 
ginia Marie Smith, Virginia Catherine Stout, Eudora Andrews, 
Leia Virginia Stump. Fifth Row: Barbara Anne Williams, Gene 
Elizabeth Mann, Shirley Swift Staab. Betty Lou Koehler, Hazel 
Elizabeth Stump. Mavis Andre Mann, Barbara June Davis. 
Sixth Row: Doris D. Erwin, Uldena Lorraine Harper. Lois Moore, 
Helen Louise Thompson, Elsie Jean Haden. 




ELTA Gamma was the result of the close friend- 
ship of three girls who were forced to spend the Christmas 
holidays at school. They consulted no one about ritual and in 
1874 the first chapter was established at the Lewis School, 
later Oxford Institute. 

Alpha Xi Chapter was founded at West Virginia University 
in 1922. 

Officers are: Betty Stump, president; Dorothy Sharpless, 
vice-president; LaRue Shannon, secretary; Martha Gibson, 



treasurer. 



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ELSIE J. HADEN 



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JIMMIE B. MORRISON 
FLORENCE J. SHAFFER 
VIRGINIA M. SMITH 



HARRIETT S. STAFFORD 
SHIRLEY SWIFT STAAB 



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PHYLLIS HAMILTON 
MAVIS A. MANN 



MARY D. ANDERSON 
EUDORA ANDREV/S 
LILLIE L. CHAPMAN 
DORIS D. ERWIN 
MARGARET J. GIBBS 
VIRGINIA M. GUNNING 



MARGARET E. GATHER 
ALICE A. DAVIS 
BARBARA J. DAVIS 
MARGARET GUY 
BETTY L. KOEHLER 



Class of 1943 

FRANCES MOOSE 
RITA P. RIFFEE 
MARIAN L. SHANNON 



Class of 1944 

MARY E. GUY 
ULDENA L. HARPER 
MARGARET A. LEACH 
EVELYN M. MEAD 
MARGARET A. MORGAN 



Class of 1945 

GENE E. MANN 
MARY B. POLLEY 
PHYLLIS A. RIEMANN 
CORNELIA SCHOFIELD 
ELEANOR J. SPANGLER 



DOROTHY V. SHARPLESS 
HAZEL E. STUMP 
MAXINE M. SWIGER 



PATRICIA C. ORTON 
AGNES M. OSBORNE 
NANCY L. RUSSELL 
MARGARET E. SHAFFER 
VIRGINIA C. STOUT 
HELEN L. THOMPSON 



ALICE L. SPIKER 
LELA V. STUMP 
BARBARA A. WILLIAMS 
HELEN M. WILSON 
DORIS C. YOUNG 





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Top Row: Mary Caroline Jones. Mary K. Amos, Lyda Harriet 
Wood. Bettie Blaine Pool, Ann Beatty. Ruth Anne Feeny. Patsy 
Joan Ludey, Betty Ann Hogan. Alys Alathea Glasscock, Virginia 
Lee Fleming. Second Row: Betty Lou Frelsmuth, Nancy Louise 
Garrett, Frances Fortney, Jeanne M, Albert. Helen Elizabeth 
Fisher, Mildred Lojise Fimple, Nancy Ann Dunkin, Teresa Eilene 
Dowell. Third Row: Mary Lou Bullard. Betty Garrett Cannlff, 
Acacia Bemice C rowel I. Dorothy Virginia Brown. Betty Jane 
Board, Catharine Baer Nancy Jo Ballengee, Susan Jane Bach- 
ma nn. Fourth Row: Katy Lou Weaver, Nancy Jane Sturtevant, 
Mary Caroline Throp, Eleanor Anne Stewart, Huldah Snoderly, 
Luella Jeanne Spelsberg. Gretchen Snoderly, Lois Woodyard, 
Elizabeth Stuart Romlne, Martha Harriett Stewart. Fifth Row: 
Susan Cone Harnlsh, Nancy Ann Pugh, Ann Dryden Chambers, 
Elizabeth Davis, Laverne Harrison, Lucille Eugenia Wright, 
Dorothea Franclne Morris. Mary Alice Johnson. Sixth Row: 
Nancy Lee Noel. J. June Watson, Helen Dorothy Matthews, Cora 
Anne Holden, Betty Anne Weaver, Mary Catherine Pritchard. 



'T Monmouth College In 1870 was founded the 
first chapter of Kappa Kappa Gannma. The "Kappa Key" 
was first published In 1882 and thus Kappa Kappa Gamnna 
became the first sorority to have an official magazine. 

Beta Upsllon Chapter was granted a charter in 1906; the 
national organization Includes 71 chapters and a membership 
of 25,000. 

Chapter officers are: Gretchen Snoderly. president; Car- 
olyn Jones, vice-president; Elizabeth Romlne, secretary; June 
Watson, treasurer. 



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SUSAN J. BACHMANN 
NANCY J. BALLENGEE 
CATHARINE BAER 
DOROTHY V. BROWN 
MARY L. BULLARD 
BETTY G. CANNIFF 



VIRGINIA L FLEMING 
BEHY L. FREISMUTH 
ALYS A. GLASSCOCK 
MARY C. JONES 
BEHIE B. POOL 
NANCY A. PUGH 



ELIZABETH S. ROMINE 
GRETCHEN SNODERLY 
ELEANOR A. STEWART 
J. JUNE WATSON 
KATY L. WEAVER 
LUCILLE E. WRIGHT 



KAPPA U P P A GAMMA 



JEANNE M. ALBERT 
ANN BEATTY 
NANCY A. DUNKIN 



MARY K. AMOS 
BETTY J. BOARD 
TERESA E. DOWELL 



ANN D. CHAMBERS 
ACACIA B. CROWELL 
ELIZABETH DAVIS 
RUTH A. FEENY 



Class of 1943 

NANCY L GARRETT 
NANCY L. NOEL 
MARY C. PRITCHARD 

Class of 1944 
MILDRED L FIMPLE 
HELEN E. FISHER 
CORA A. HOLDEN 
DORTHEA F. MORRIS 

Class of 1945 

FRANCES FORTNEY 
SUSAN C. HARNISH 
LAVERNE HARRISON 
BETTY A. HOGAN 
MARY A. JOHNSON 



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NANCY J. STURTEVANT 
HARRIET L. WOOD 



HULDAH SNODERLY 
MARTHA H. STEWART 
MARY C. THROP 



PATSY J. LUDEY 
HELEN D. MAHHEWS 
BETTY A. WEAVER 
LOIS WOODYARD 





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RECEDED by Ihe Woodburn Club, Gamma 
Beta Chapter of Phi Mu sorority was established on the local 
campus in 1926. 

Phi Mu, the second oldest national sorority, was founded at 
Wesleyan College for Women in 1852; it includes 58 active 
chapters and over 100 alumnae organizations. 

The officers of the local chapter are: Betty Jane Preece, 
president; Anna Nell Winning, vice-president; Elsie Jean 
Kacer, secretary; Reda Jones, treasurer. 



Top Row: Mary Patricia Springer, Betty Jane Preece, 
Virginia Lee Snider, Mariorie Eileen Wise. Second Row: 
Elsie Jean Kacer. Joan Barr. Third Row: Dorothea F. 
Allina. 




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JOAN BARR MARJORIE EILEEN WISE 

Class of 1945 

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Top Row: June Lee Plues, Mildred E. Moon, Martha Mount, 
Frances L. Stotler. Mary R. Fiedler, Miriam Forester, Alice Mar- 
garet Hayman, Betty Ann Heermans. Second Row: Jane Clark 
White, Betty Jane Barns, Shirley B. Halght, Janis Barnard, 
Kathleen Rita Peel, Georganne Murray. Third Row: Lottie 
Louise Herald. Martha Louise Nelson, Ann Adair Mullen, Helen 
Joan Clemans, Mary Faith Bailey, Betty Patrick. Fourth Row: 
Elizabeth Lee Aronson, Rose Ann Pearcy, Winifred M. Heiskell, 
Carol Dana Johnson, Kitty Lou Kurner, Ruth Josephine Brown. 
Marjorie Ann White, Elizabeth Gene Christopher. Fifth Row: 
Katherine Orton. May Herman Bartlett, Mary Elizabeth Irvine, 
Frances Virginia Reich. 




HE I. C. Sorosis, as Pi Beta Phi was originally 
named, was first established at Monmouth College in 1867. 
In 1883 the name was changed and since then the sorority 
has grown to include 80 active chapters and over 26,000 
members. 

West Virginia Alpha Chapter was given a charter at West 
Virginia University in 1918. 

Local officers are: Katherine Orton. president; June Plues, 
vice-president; Frances Stotler, secretary; Gloria Vance, treas- 
urer. 



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MARY R. FIEDLER 
ELIZABETH G. CHRISTOPHER 



Class of 1942 
KATHLEEN R. PEEL 
CAROL D. JOHNSON 
MILDRED E. MOON 
GEORGANNE MURRAY 



MARTHA L NELSON 
KATHERINE ORTON 
FRANCES L. STOTLER 



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MAY H. BARTLETT 
BEHY A. HEERMANS 
WINIFRED M. HEISKELL 



HELEN L HARDMAN 
ELIZABETH L. ARONSON 



Class of 1943 

LOTTIE L. HERALD 
MARY E. IRVINE 
ROSE A. PEARCY 

Class of 1944 

MARY F. BAILEY 
HELEN J. CLEMANS 
MIRIAM FORESTER 



JUNE L. PLUES 
FRANCES V. REICH 
MARJORIE A. WHITE 



ANN A. MULLEN 
JANE C. WHITE 




MARTHA MOUNT 
JANIS BARNARD 



Class of 1945 

BETTY J. BARNS 
RUTH J. BROWN 
SHIRLEY B. HAIGHT 



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BETTY PATRICK 



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Chapter of Sigma Delta Tau, was granted a charter In 1934. 
The sixteen active chapters of the national sorority Include 
over 1,500 members. 

Sigma Delta Tau was founded at Cornell University In 1917 
with the help of Nathan House who designed the ritual. 

Officers are: Evelyn Gordon, president; Shirley Stein, vice- 
president; Betty Goldsmith, secretary-treasurer. 



Top Row: Maxine Deutsch, Dorothy R. Nach, Anita Shir- 
ley Richmond, Shirley Stein, Diane Helen Margolis. Sec- 
ond Row: Doris Levin, Betty Goldsmith, Freida Deitz, 
Evelyn Gay Gordon. Third Row: Hertha Beslcin, Shirley 
Frances Janis, Sylvia B. Klein, Evelyn Miriam Davidson. 



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SHIRLEY STEIN EVELYN GAY GORDON 

BETTY GOLDSMITH 



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Class of 1943 



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SYLVIA B. KLEIN 



Class of 1944 

FREIDA DIETZ DOROTHY R. NASH 

DIANE HELEN MARGOLIS ANITA S. RICHMOND 



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INDEX 



Abrams. John Clayton 50, 195 

Abrams. Seymour 48, 185 

Ackley, Donald John 51, 189 

Adanns, Denton Leeroy 58, 171 

Adams, Harry W., Jr 45, 173 

Adams, John, Jr 46, 195, 71 

Adams, Suzanne 60, 207 

Adamson, Donald Lee 31 

Ag Club 120 

Albert, Jeanne Marstiller 42, 213 

Alfred, Joseph Woodrow Ralph 22 

Alfred, Lee Eleanor 51, 207 

Alguire, Robert C 66, 177 

Allara, Earl Douglas 60 

Alllna, Dorothea Fransisky 215 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 123 

Alpha Psi Omega 124 

Alpha 2eta 125 

Amato, Theresa Rosalie 49 

American Institute of Electrical Engineers 126 

Amick, Jean 43 

Ammon, Walter Lamm 24, 141 

Ammons, Douglas M. . . . 189 

Amos, Elsie Beryl 60 

Amos, George Merle 21, 173 

Amos, Mary K 55, 213, 81, 95, 106, 144 

Anastos, Sophie 60 

Anderson, Mary Dee 59, 211 

Andrews, Eudora 57, 211 

Andrick, Helen 34, 205, 92, 133 

Arbogast, Paul McNeil 27 

Arbogast, Richard Dille — 

Archer, John S 60, 70 

Ardman, Arthur 66, 191 

Aronson, Elizabeth Lee . . . 56, 217, 106, 144, 146 

Arters, Emiyn David 51, 181 

Ashcraft, John Marion. Jr 60, 187 

Associated Women Students 107 

Aston, Charles C 56, 179 

Ashworth, Dorothy June 55, 27 

Atkinson, John Bunyan 59, 175 

Audia, Irene 40 



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Babcock, Allan Woodbury 57, 181 

Babich, Peter Oscar 29, 100. 140 

Bachmann, Gilbert S 181 

Bachmann, Susan Jane 31 

Bachmann, Woodward Dryden 62, 213 

Bacon, Ruth 47, 207, 86 

Baer, Catharine 34, 213 

Bailey, Barbara Louise 50, 207, 133, 146 

Bailey, J. David 48, 171 

Bailey, Kenneth Dale ... 45, 187 

Bailey, Mary Faith 54. 217 

Bailiff, Fred Hudson — 

Bain. William 60, 195 

Baker, Nathan Price 35, 193 

Ballard, Charles H 54, 181 

Ballard, Elisabeth Ann 28, 207, 81 

Ballantyne, Jean Wallace 53, 209 

Bambrick, William Herron ... 24, 99, 101, 102 

Ballengee, Nancy Jo .... 34, 213, 104, 107, 144 

Bane, Bernice A 60, 207 

Bane, Frank Pershing 29, 175, 140, 142 

Bannister, John Henry . 45, 187 

Baric. Rudolph 44, 177 

Barker, Billie Magann 49, 171 

Barker, D. Jean 64 

Barker, Elizabeth Fayne 29 

Barlow, Willis D 59, 175 

Barnard, Thomas Gross 54, 177 

Barnard, Janis 60, 217 

Barnard, Natalie 51, 205 

Barnard, William Oliver, Jr 43, 171, 141 

Barnhart, William Madison 64, 173 

Barnette, William Quentin 43, 171 

Barns, Betty Jane 66, 217 

Barr, Joan 51. 215 

Barrick, Jack Lazelle 31, 173, 140 

Bartlett, Janice Rosalee 62 

Bartlett, Laura Mae 60, 209 



Bartlett, May Harman 46, 217 

Bassett, Clement Ralph . 21, 177 

Bates, Susan Elizabeth . . .43, 209 

Bayne, Richard E 41, 187 

Bauwin, George Richard 42. 175 

Beatty, Ann 44, 213, 81, 105, 146 

Beard, Virginia Lee 45, 205, 139 

Beazley, Frances Catherine 43 

Becker, Donald Kay 60, 181 

Beddow, Jack Wilkes 57, 173 

Bee, Ural G 29 

Beeler, Harvey D., Jr 49, 177 

Beinhorn, Irvine 51, 191 

Bell, Deloyd John 66, 173 

Bell, Emily Jean 59, 209, 133 

Bell, Harry F 44, 173 

Benchea, Hortenzlu 36, 175 

Bennett, James Stephen 38 

Bergdoll, David Lloyd 59, 175 

Bergdoll, Laura Louise .... 32, 207, 92, 104, 139 

Bergdoll, William Scott 64, 181, 70 

Berman, Ralph Ephrlam 56, 123 

Bertrand, Muriel Harriet 42, 205, 92, 139 

Bertrand, Virginia Alicia 47, 205 

Beskin, Hertha 49, 219 

Beverldge, Malmarle 60 

Biafora, Joseph Robert 36 

Bickel, Thomas Bryan 24, 189 

Blerer, Elizabeth Taylor 60 

Blerer, William E 35, 175 

Biddle, Roy W 46, 193 

Billings, Fred Josh 53, 171 

Bird, James Milton 40 

Bishop, Elizabeth Ann 59 

Blackmore, Betty Jane 57, 203 

Blackshire, Lorna Maxine 40 

Blagg, Benjamin Vance, 11 24. 175 

Bland, Gale Carson .... 22 

Bledsoe, Phoebe Anne . 43 

Blosser, Martha Belle 42 

Board, Betty Jane 56, 213 

Bolton, Alex N 66, 179 

Bond, Donovan Hlner 33, 187, 99 

Boone, Harold Thomas 52, 96 

Boone, Reece R., Jr 42, 70, 123 

Boomer, Howard James 46, 197, 97 

Booth, Thomas H 66, 189 

Borror, Jack A 53, 189 

Bowers, William Maxwell . 52, 181 

Bowie, Mary Eleanor ... - 42, 209 

Bowles, Paul Nathan 62, 18/ 

Boyd, John M 56, 179 

Boyer, Charles DeForest, Jr 66, 175 

Bragg, Clarence Corder 42, 187 

Brand, Jay Junior 24 

Brake, Lloyd Wallace 55, 193, 70 

Brannan, Jack 64, 193 

Brashear, Wesley Craft 37, 181, 140 

Bray, James Newell 64, 181 

Bridge, Burton Earl, Jr 66, 173 

Bright. Lois 60, 207 

Brock, Robert Luther, Jr 43, 181, 71 

Brooks, Shirlie Ruth 27 

Brooks, William Madison 46, 187, 140 

Brouzas, George Christopher 60 

Brown, Benjamin P 32, 187 

Brown, Donald Painter 34, 195 

Brown, Dorothy Virginia 213 

Brown, Margaret Agnes 51 

Brown, Martha Dean 52 

Brown, Robert Ray 51, 173 

Brown, Ruth Josephine 64, 217, 93 

Brown. Sterling Ludwig 51. 173 

Browne, James Matthew 60 

Browning, Aaron 57, 197 

Browning, Jackson B 48, 171, 70, 97, 141 

Brumbaugh, Betty Kay 58, 205 

Brumbaugh, Richard Hartman . . .47 

Brunschwyler, Margaret . . — 

Buchanan, Joseph D 66, 181 

Bullard, Mary Lou 25, 213, 95, 104 

Bumgardner, William Allen 25, 181 

Bunten, Catherine 60 

Burchlnal, William Owen . . 42, 124 

Burdick, Mary Jean . . 37, 205 



Burgess, Harold Dean 26, 171 

Burke, Mary Jeanne 21 

Burroughs, William Ernest 60, 187 

Burtnett, Jane Deskins 26, 203 

Burtnett, John Harrison, Jr 41, 193 

Byrer, Frederick Oft 46, 189. 95 



Cain, Joseph Oswald, Jr 51, 175 

Callahan, Harry Tut 66, 193 

Calllhan, Henry Clay 58 

Campbell, Ellen Marie 38. 205, 124 

Cannitf, Betty Garre 31, 213, 107 

Carney, Gerbert Rean 55, 193 

Carp, Carl C 45. 185 

Carr, William Robert 21, 187 

Carter, Jack Warren 29, 142 

Carver, George Evans 40, 193 

Gary, G. Edward 54, 189, 92 

Cassady, Thorburn Elwood 22 

Casto, Harry Nathan 66, 193 

Gather, Margaret Elaine 60, 211 

Cattrell, Clyde Robert 27, 189 

Caudill, Charles 45, 181, 70 

Caudill, Clarence 49, 181, 70 

Caussin, Eugene Dixon 58, 187 

Chadwick, Elizabeth 21 

Chadwick, George Sturgiss 66. 179 

Chambers, Ann Dryden 60, 213 

Chambers, Margaret Ann 39 

Champe, Charles Ernest 64, 187 

Chandler, Jean Lendrc 34 

Chapman, Lillle Louise 59, 211, 146 

Chapman, William Paul 48, 189 

Chenoweth, Donald Lee 60 

Chidester, Jack Wilson 64, 195 

Chiera, Rosalee Catherine . . .42 

Childress, Caro Louise ... .60 

Christopher, Elizabeth Gene . .217 

Clark, Andrew Lewis 57, 171 

Clark, Ellsworth 28, 171, 140 

Clark, Mary Dorcas 42, 123 

Clark, Richard Bennett 29. 187 

Clark, Thomas Gates 29 

Clemans. Helen Joan 56, 217 

Coffman, James Clark 44, 197, 95, 97 

Coffleld, Olan Terrell . 37 

Cohen, Herschel Erwin 24. 70 

Colborn, Harry Blackstone, II 48, 181, 94 

Cole, Dorsey Gran 36, 181, 140 

Cole, Francis King 48, 183 

Cole, Mary Dorothy 31 

College of Pharmacy 127 

Collett, Dorothy May 62, 205 

Colllnson, Jame Katherlne 52 

Coleman, Clayton Boyd . . 37, 199 

Coleman, John Joseph ... 66 

Conaway, Ruth Virginia . 58 

Conaway, William Atha 66, 195 

Conner, James William 60, 187 

Connell, John Bohan 33, 187 

Conner, Robert B 49, 175 

Comuntzis. Marcus George 26, 140, 142 

Cook, Fred William, Jr 29 

Cookman, Donald Moore 40 

Cooksey, Benjamin H 30, 142 

Coombs, James Elwood 49. 171 

Core, Harold Addison 28 

Cornell, Florence Evelyn 66, 209 

Corson, Louis D 181 

Corum, Earl Eugene 55, 171 

Cottrlll, Delford Lea, Jr 71, 100, 102, 140 

Couch, James Grant 48, 193 

Coulson, Armand Leroy 26 

Counts, Robert Warren 58, 173, 70 

Courtney, Thomas Berry 49, 181 

Cowden, George Newell 41, 173 

Cowell, Bonnie Jo 35, 124 

Cox, Michael Cresap 179 

Cox, Stanley Rhey, Jr 51, 193 

Coyner, Joe D 63 

Crago. Homer Carman 49, 179 

Crago. Paul C. . . .57, 179 

Cranston, Robert V/.. Jr. 23, 197, 102 



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INDEX 









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Crawford, James Burfon 


. 30 


, 193 


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66 








73 


Creel, Katherlne Ann . . - . 




66, 


205 


Crichton, Harry Nelson , 




62, 


193 


Crichton, Robert A. . . 




■SI, 


193 


Crichton. Walter Grelg. Jr. 


39, 


193, 


95 


Cronin, Betty Jane 57, 207, 106, 


133, 


146 


Crooks Edwin Willlann . , . 




71 


171 


Crowe!!, Acacia Bernice , . 




62. 


213 


Crummett, Ttireda Virginia . 






42 








60 


Cummins, Patti 


50, 


96. 


146 


Cunningham, Icle Lue!!a 






45 


Currey, Lucille 






22 


Curry, Harold Kirk . . 




46, 


199 


Curry, George Alexander 






22 


Curry, Margaret Ann .... 
Cutler, Harold H 






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48, 


173 


Cutlip, Claude R 




62, 


173 









79 








60 


Davidson. Evelyn Miriam . 




64, 


219 


Davles, Mary Louise . . 






40 


Davies, Thelma C 




. 43 


, 98 


Davis, Alice Ann 




64, 


211 








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Davis. Elizabeth . 




60, 


213 


Davis. George L. 


. 46, 


173, 


140 


Davis. Jack Edward ... 




66, 


173 


Davis. Jack G 




64, 


173 


Davis, Lewis Edward . , 




64, 


189 


Davis, Preston Caldwell 




50, 


187 


Davis, Richard E 




45, 


175 


Davis, Richard E. . 






49 


Davis, William A. 






21 


Davis, Wilson B 




53, 


171 


Davne, Albert 




23, 


185 


Dawson, James E 




53, 


177 


Deahl, Grant Stephen 






66 


Dean, James Gordon 




56, 


173 


Debate Team . . 






136 


DeBolt. Ethel Mae , . . 




i2. 


20j 


Deem. Paul Sterling . . . 


... 23. 199, 


70, 


102 


Deitz, Frelda 




53 


219 


Delaney. K. Jane ... 






28 


Dellollo, Samuel Louis 






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Delta Nu Tau . . 






128 


DeLynn, Alan . . . 






23 


Dent, Helen Louise . 


28 


. 81, 


98 


DePue, James Marsnall . 




64, 


187 






67 


719 


Deutsch. Stanley Edwin . . 


. . . 40. 191, 


95, 


102 


Devlncent, Frank George 




■ 40, 


70 


Devore, Barbara Anns . 


49, 


207, 


146 


Devore, Reps Walden . 


66, 


173 


, 70 


Dickinson, Elizabeth Ann . 


. 34, 211, 95, 


104, 


107 


Dils, James Wyatt, IV . . 




66, 


173 


DImmIck, William Fred 




199 


, 70 


Dodd, Marcus William , 




48. 


183 


Dodge, Freda 






55 


Dodson, Elmer Helsley 




22. 


171 


Dolphin Club 






129 


Dornblazer, John Paul 






175 


Dowdy, Virginia Lee . 






60 


Dowell. Teresa Eilene . . 


. 59, 213, 84 


. 85, 


146 


Dowler, Dean C 




45, 


177 


Downs, Betty Ruth 


... 43, 209, 


105, 


146 


Draper, Harry Richard . 






26 


Duffleld, Luther Karl . , 




62, 


173 


Dulaney, William T. . . 




66 


171 


Duncan. Bcttle Jane . . 




40, 


209 


Duncan. Don Randolph . 




64, 


181 


Dunkln. Nancy Ann . , 




46, 


213 


Downs. William Joseph . . 






26 


Dotson. William Robinson 






32 


Douglass. Eowln Carrel] 




56, 


173 


Dunn. Clifford Ivan . . 






27 


Dunning, Robert Leroy 




64, 


197 


Dye. Mary Jane ... 






59 


Dyer. Clytie Elva 






42 



Eades, Mary Alice 57, 106 

Eagen, Margaret 23, 207, 104, 144 

Eakin, Justus Wells 42, 187 

Earnshaw, F. Steele 53, 181 

Ebeling, Nancy Brokaw 66, 207 

Ebersberger, Emily 22 

Eckert, Frieda Louise 26 

Eckley, George Morgan, Jr 21. 171 

Edgar, Charles W., Jr 45, 187 

Egleson. Granville Charles 62. 187 

Eight Ball 130 

Elliott. Joe Craddock 60, 107 

Ellis. J. Edgar. Jr 50. 187 

Ellison. Henry Sutton. Jr 35 

Ely, William E 51, 171 

Emery, Lorentz Densmore 39, 142 

England, Quill 60 

Engle, William 24 

Englehart, Dale A 49, 17' 

Ersklne, James Gerrard 66, 193 

Erwin, Doris D 69, 211 

Eta Chi Phi 131 

Etz, Herbert R 66, 179 

Evans, Mary Etta 51 



Feather, Jackson Lyall 

Faber, James Dovener 

Fahey, Martin Francis 

Farnsworth, Carl Davis 

Feeny, Ruth Anne 

Feldberg, J. Malcolm 

Feller. John W 

Feller, Richard Tabler ... 
Ferguson, Ralph Raymond 

Ferrell, Mildred 

Fi Batar Cappar 

Fiedler, Mary R. . . 
Fiess, Ruth Eileen . . . 

Filler. Sheila 

Flmple. Mildred Louise 

Fischer, Charles Bennett . 

Fisher, Annamae 

Fisher, George Edgar, Jr 

Fisher, Helen Elizabeth 
Fisher, Russell M. . . 

Flaherty, William J 

Flanagan, Robert Kelleher 

Fleming, Virginia Lee 

Fogle, John Harrlelt 
Forbes, Carl Hayes. Jr. 

Forbes. Pearl Hazel 

Forester. Miriam 59. 217. 

Forman, Alexander Hardle, Jr. . . 

Fortney, Eillis Orr 

Fortney. Frances 

Foster, Bernard Johnson 

Foster, Harry Clifford, Jr 

Fowler. Eugene E 

Fraker. Joseph E.. Jr. 48, 

Franz. Edward Eugene 
Frazler. James A. . . 
Frazier. Richard Dickerson . 

Freeland. Jean 

Freismuth. Betty Lou . 

Freshwater. Emma Jane 

Frost. James Allison 

Frum. Margaret ... 

Frye. Mary Martha 

Furman, Kathleen Emeleene . . , 



31, 
30, 



106, I 
. 49 



38, 124 
27 
100, 101 
75, 124 
60, 213 

38, 185 
59, 175 
175, 70 

33 

58, 209 
. 103 

217, 31 

. 60 

60 

59, 213 

56, 177 

62 

39, 175 
52, 213 

57, 197 
64, 193 
62, 193 
29, 213 
. . 29 

. 64, 70 
. . 58 

07, 146 
175, 70 
■44, 173 
60 213 
. 21 
24, 187 
57, 171 

41, 142 
50, 187 
50, 171 
66, 195 

33, 133 

37, 213 
49, 203 

62, 173 
. . 45 

47, 203 
. 51 



60, 



41, 133, 
41, 



Gaines, Marjorie Lee . . 

Gall, Virginia Marie . . 

Gallaher, Martha Rose . . 

Galpln. Mary Elizabeth . 

Gardman. Anne Elizabeth . . . 

Gardner. Charles William 57, 189, 

Gardner. William Henderson 44. 

Garlow. Marjorie 23. 209. 



93 
48 
139 
205 
25 
95 
193 
124 



Garrett. Nancy Louise 46, 213 



GianninI, Lena Marie 



60 



Gibbs, Edwin 60. 175 

GIbbs, Margaret Jane 56, 211 

Gibson. Joseph V.. Jr 66. 181 

Gibson, Martha 44. 211, 81, 105. 146 

Gilbert. Mary June 62 

GIrard. Louis Frank. Jr 62, 173 

Gist, George Relnicker 27 

Given, Arnold J 60 

Glass, Olin Carter 31, 193 

Glasscock, Alys Alathea 213 

Godbey, Betty Martin 22, 209 

Gotf, Charles 51, 173 

Gcff, Herbert Harold 46, 199. 95 

Goff, Homer Wallace 48, 173 

Goff, Mary Mildred 64 

Goffredo, Mary Cecelia i6 

Goldsworthy, Helen Penlnnah 47 

Goldstein, Philip Martin 54, 191 

Goldsmith, Betty 30, 219 

Gomez, Efrain 62 

Goode, Lemuel 36 

Goodman, Henry Joseph 32, 191 

Gordon, Evelyn Gay 30, 219. 94 

Gorrell. George Keith .' 23. 171 

Gott. William Fred 58. 187. 95 

Gottlieb. Stanley Davis 64, 191 

Gould, Warren Lee 57, 197 

Grace, Warren Lee 199 

Graham, James A 193 

Graham, William Lowry 64, 189 

Graham, William V 48, 187 

Graves, Floyd Mason 52 

Gray, Dowell 54, 187 

Greco, Albert Richard 23 

Greco. Carl Edward 36 

Green, Dorothy Hyatt 32, 124 

Green, William VanMeter 47, 187 

Greene, Charles Edward 24, 187 

Greenwood, John E 54, 193 

Greer, Herbert C 14, 15, 17 

Gregory, Charles Wilbur 46. 71 

Grier, James William 32 

Griffith. Roger D 25, 177 

Grove, Mark Sigler 22, 175 

Groves, Mary Lou 52, 133 

Guard, Patricia Jane 52 

Gump, Jean 55, 106, 133, 146 

Gundling, D. Louis 33, 195 

Gunning, Virginia Mae .... 51, 211, 93, 144, 146 

Guy, Margaret 60, 211 

Guy, Mary Elizabeth 58. 211 

H 

Haberer, Jeanne Elizabeth 55, 209 

Hackney, Charles G 42, 199 

Hackney, John Grant 21, 179, 92 

Haddock, Jean Marie 66 

Haden, Elsie Jean 37, 211, 104, 139 

Haden, Robert Paul 46, 141 

Haight, Shirley B 60, 217 

Hale, William Ray 45, 181 

Hall, J. Charles, Jr 48, 193 

Hall, John Nolan 33 

Hall, John Robert 62, 169 

Hall, Kenton Allen 33, 173. 102 

Hall, Marjorie Ann 52 

Hall, Roberta Jean 39 

Hall, Ruth Irene 59, 207, 106. 146 

Hall, Wade Eckes 45, 141 

Hamlll, Dorothy Dodd . ... 47 

Hamilton, Josephine Dillon . , . , 64 

Hamilton, James L 50, 179 

Hamilton. Jim Bernard 39. 177 

Hamilton. Lorentz C 199 

Hamilton. Pat Ray 55. 179 

Hamilton, Phyllis 43, 211, 95, 105 

Hamrick, Claude Eugene 36 

Hamrick, Kenneth Edison 66 

Hancock, Frances Yost . . ... 25 

Hancock, Leland J .44, 175 

Handelsman, Gene ... 52, 191 

Handley, Lloyd Speakman ... 43 

Hanifln, John William 32, 175 

Hank, Francis William 21, 179 

Hannah, Margaret K 27, 205, 104 



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INDEX 



Hannan. Tom Marshall 34 

Hare, James Franklh, Jr 45, 199. 70, 197 

Harer, Charles LaVerne 42 

Hardin, Ardeth Lucille 37 

Hardman, Charles O. 27, 171, 140 

Hardman, Helen L. - ,217 

Hardman, Orville Leroy 31. 177, 94, 140 

Hardman. Thomas B 62, 181 

Harless, James Calvert , . . 51, 70 

Harnish, Douglas H., Jr 48, 193, 141 

Harnish, Susan Cone 60, 213 

Harper, John David ' 47, 173, 98 

Harper, Uldena Lorraine . . . , , 59, 211 

Harper, Virginia 50 

Harpfer, Peggy Anne 64 207 

Harrald, Dorothy Louise , 62 

Harrington, Sara Louise 38, 207, 104, 107, 133, 146 

Harrison, Laverne 60, 213 

Hartley, Robert L 23, 199 

Hartman, James Ray 56, 193 

Hartman, Porter Eugene .... 28, 175, 70, 94 

Hartman, Robert L 48, 193 

Hashinger, Sarah Eli;abeth 38, 207, 104 

Haslebacher, Kenneth, Jr. 64, 197, 70 

Hatcher, Lewis Allen , , 49. 177 

Haught, David Alonzo , 44. 199 

Hawker, Josephine . . 66 

Hawkins, Bette Louise 50, 203 

Hawvermale, Joseph Richard 52, 70 

Hayes, Melvin Louis ... 43 

Hayhurst, Marlene Madge . . 30 

Hayman, Alice Margaret 34, 217, 133 

Head, Betty 43, 92 

Heavner, James Stanley 66, 171 

Heermans, Betty Ann , , . 46, 217 

Heiskell, Winifred M 47, 217, 94 

Henderson, Dorothy Jane . , . 49, 205. 105, 146 

Henderson, Janis Kathryn 66, 209 

Henderson, Robert Eugene 30 

Hendrickson, Elsie Lou 52 

Hensley, Robert Graves . . - 66, I ^b 

Herald, Lottie Louise 46, 217 

Hess, Jack Orville 62, 179 

Hess, Robert L 62 

Hewitt, Frank Stephenson 49, 195 

Hewitt, Kenneth Leroy 50, 171 

Heyl, Robert A 43, 199, 70 

Hickman, James Blake 34 

Hicks, Hugh D 53, 179, 94 

Hicks, Roger Louis 49, 179 

Hildreth, Lester L 41, 197 

Hill, Bettie 60, 207 

Hill, Evelyn Marie 22, 207 

Hill, John Mack 39, 175, 94 

Hindsley, John Pack 25, 195 

Hinkle, Charles Jarvis . . 57 

Hix. Albert Homer , 45, 177 

Hogan, Betty Ann 62. 213. 107 

Hogshead, George William 33, 187, 70 

Hogshead, Ralph, Jr 21. 187 

Holden. Cora Anne . . , 51, 213, 81. 106. 107, 146 

Holley, Jane 52 

Holstein, Perry Floyd 66, 175 

Holtzworth, Howard 142 

Home Economics Club 133 

Hopkins, Martha N 52, 207, 144 

Hoskins, Mabel Thayer 41, 205, 133 

Houck, Charles Dotson 37, 187. 123 

Howard. Victor N 26, 141 

Hoy, John Wesley, Jr. . . , 40. 187 

Hutf, Gard 38. 102 

Huffman. James Edward 62, 173 

Huffman. Wanda Eileen 58 

Hughes, Robert Tucker, Jr 31, 101, 102 

Hughes, Ruth Eleanor 25 

Hundley, Nellie B. 62 

Hunt, R. Brooks 36 

Hunt, Ruth Alice 64 

Hunter, George Adamson . , . , 34, 181, 94, 140 

Hunter, Phyllis Jane 21 

Hurst, Ruth Rosabelle 43, 133 

Hurt, Mary Jane 62, 209 

Huston, Robert Dean 55, 183, 94 

Hutchinson, Edith Anne 60, 207 

Humes, William Hastings 48 

Hyer, Virginia Grace 30, 203 



I 

Irvine, Mary Elizabeth 45, 217 

Isenberg, Florence Olivia 60 

Isiminger, Fern 55, 133 

Israel, Robert Barnett . . .42 



Jackson, Thomas Wesley 
Jacob, Montgomery W. 
Jamison, Edna Mae . 
Janis, Shirley Frances 
Jemison, Lawrence Lee 
Jenkins, James Leon . . 
Jennings, William James 
Johnson, Carol Dana , , 
Johnson, Joseph Pershing 
Johnson, Leonard King . 
Johnson, Lynn Cutler . , 
Johnson, Mary Alice - 
Johnson, Robert Earl, II 

Johnston, Ben C 

Jclliffe, Florine 

Jones, Mary Caroline . 
Jones, Richard Paul , 

Jones, Harold S 

Jones, Roy H., Jr. . . . 
Jedy, George Lee . . . 

Judging Teams 

Judy, Virginia Verdene . 



29, 217, 92, 



. 47, 171 

. . 42 

. 38, 203 

. 64, 219 

, 179, 70 

44 

. 23, 199 

94, 140 

. . 37 

40, 171 

, 59, 96 

60, 213 

i, 71, 96 

60 

l7 

36, 213 

66, 173 

34 

. 21 

26 

121, 122 

. 62, 203 



40, 215, 95, 



133 
28 

191 
141 
205 
191 



144, 
41, 
179, 



Kacer, Elsie Jean 

Kalmar, Louis Frank 

Kammer, Max Lloyd 32 

Kamons, Edwin J 23 

Kanode, Doris E 42 

Kanter, Harold 48 

Kappa Mu Alpha 134 

Kappa Phi 135 

Kapnicky, James Albert 140, 14 

Karr. Kathleen Margie ... 

Katz, Betty Lee 34. 104. 

Kaufman. Paul J 

Kay, Kenneth Wayne 53 

Kay, William Everette 179 

Kazik, John 26, 

Kearney, Catherine Agnes . , , . 

Keen, Mary Stuart 34, 

Keenan, Rose Jean 

Keener, Vivien Alice 

Keith, Lois Elizabeth . 59, 203, 70. 81, 93, 96. 

Kelly. James William 

Kelemen, John, Jr 

Kelly, Mike 62, 

Kelly, Nellie Yvonne ... 
Kennedy, Alma June , . , 

Kennedy, James Robert 58. 

Kent, Robert Scott .55, 

Keplinger, Estella Lee 49, 207, 95, 

Keplinger, Raymond Lester, Jr 55, 

Kern, Franklin W 

Kerr, Alice 36, 

Kessel, Betty Louise , . . 43, 

Kessel, Charles Enoch 

Kessel, Katherine 22, 

Keyser, Grace Anne 

Kidd, William R,, Jr 33, 

Kincaid, Eugene 25, 141, 

King, William Mager 
Kirwin Thomas J. . 



|.;2 

64 
\it> 
191 

70 

70 
199 

47 
133 

60 

62 
146 

31 

33 
171 

46 
146 
173 
181 
105 
179 
175 
209 
209 
177 
209 

62 
140 
142 
31, 179 

30 



Jr. 



47. 219. 94. 



28. 
105, 

55, 
102, 

81, 

199 



Klebe, Albert E 
Klein, Sylvia B. 

Knapp, Mary Nan 

Knapp, Thomas S 27, 193, 100, 

Knight, Barbara Jean 59, 207, 

Knight, Robert Wayne 43, 

Knotts, T. A 

Koehler, Betty Lou 60, 

Kondratick, Lawrence 

Koslow, Milton Sidney 185, 94, 

Kotler, Milton 45, 

Kramer, William Meigs 30, 

Kuhl, Palmer J 38, 

Kuhn. Fred W 



179 
146 
207 

140 
106 
71 



66, 171 
211, 97 



25, 



70 
102 
185 
193 
141 

60 



Kunkle, Charles R. 64 167 

Kunst, Florence E 50 

Kurner, Kitty Lou ; ... 60. 217 

Kurner. Robert C 52, 179 

Kutak, Frank Ralph , . 32. 140 

L 

Labowitz. Allan Marvin .55. 185 

Lamb, Barbara Ruth . . 57, 209 
Lamson. Charles William 62, 197, 97 

Langbord. Stanton . . , 53, 185 

Laughlin. Norman . 49, 171, 140 

Lawall. Pres. Charles E. 16 

Lawall, Charles E., Jr. . 43. 181 

Lawton. William Edgar 48, 171, 70 

Lay, Carroll Thomas 24, 175 

Layne, Norma Lee . 56 

Leach. Margaret Ann . 56. 211 

Leachman, Burton Bailey 53, 173 

Lean er, Edward Norman 62, 185 

Leckie. Fred D 66, 193 

Lee. Richard W. . 47, 199 

Lee, Victor B 34 

Leeper, Ben Morris . 51, 171. 123 

Legg, Elbert E. , . 66, 197 

Leggett. James Samuel . 27, 171, 124. 141 

Lester, Charles Edward 62, 187 

Lester, Elwood Roy 52. 187 

Levin, Doris 52. 219. 133 

Lewis. Charles Walter 55, 175 

Lewis, Mary Ann 52, 209. 133 

Lewis. Sanford Allen 48. 191 

Lingamfelter. Avalon Louise 23. 133 

Linger, Harry Teter 58, 171 

Linville, James 64, 193, 70 

Li-Toon-Awa 106 

Lively, William T 44, 193, 140 

Llewellyn, Dorothy Anne 55, 205 

Lloyd, Marjorie Ann 62 

Locke, Richard Brady 28 

Lodge. Mildred Josephine 62 

Logan, Joan Elizabeth 52, 209 

Lombardo, Joseph Michel , 46, 199 

Long. Edward Louis 52 

Long, Robert M 42. 187 

Lookenott. Mary Alice 62 

Looney, Robert Lewis 55. 187 

Lorentz. Mary Louise , 209 

Lotstein. Jack 32, 185. 94. 102 

Lovitz, Alfred 62. 191 

Love. Edward Shelby, Jr 47 

Lovett, Chester 54, 191 

Lowdermilk, John Milton 52 

Lowther, Birk Conley . 30 

Lucas, Louise Julia . . 38, 207 

Ludden, John, Jr. 46 

Ludey. Patsy Joan . . , 62, 213 

Lyons, Robert Cromwell 37, 123 

M 

Mann, Alma Louise 46. 205, 133 

Mann. Gene Elizabeth , 64, 211 

Mann. Mavis Andree , , 43, 211, 146 

Malcolm. Joseph Richara 27 

Mallinger, Morton Arrold 47, 191 

Mallinger, Norman James 62, 191 

Mallory. Charles Mitchell 64, 173 

Margolis, Diane Helen . . 57, 219 

Marple. James Stanton 51, 173 

Marsh, Hugh J 33, 187, 142 

Marshall, William P 48, 197 

Marstiller, James Augustus 24, 181 

Martin, James M 44. 189. 70 

Martin, June Robertson . , . 48, 146 

Martin, Rex R ... 29 

Mason, Alice June 44, 92, 124, 146 

Matthew, Helen Dorothy 66, 213, 144 

Matters, Margaret Ellen 52, 209 

May, George W 50, 181 

Maynard, Paul Smith 34 

Mays, Elfrieda 58 

Maysielles, Marion L. . 37 

Mead. Evelyn May 58, 211 

Meadows, Lucille 36, 203, 133, 139 



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INDEX 



Meadows. Sibyl Louise 

Mehallc, Frances Eloise 

Melenrlc. William J. . . 

Men's Glee Club .... 

Merrill. Alden M 

Metz, Francis Loraine. Jr. . 

Mickel. Mitchell 

Mills. Genevieve 

Mills. Woodrow W. . . 

Miller. Estelle Sylvia - 

Miller. Jo Clare 

Miller. Margaret K. 

Milligan. Paul Leslie. Jr. 

Mitchell. Yvonne .... 

Mixed Chorus 

Monroe, Mary Maxine , 

Moon, Mildred E. . . . 
Elizabeth Udell 
James Ronald 
Helen Smith . . 
Mary Lois .... 
Michael Judson . 
Muriel Jean . . . 
Wlllard Edward 
Frances 

Moran, Margaret 

Morgan. Margaret Agnes 

Morgan, William Barnes . 

Morris. 

Morris, 

Morris, 

Morris, 

Morris, 

Morris 

Morris 

Morris 



Moore. 
Moore. 
Moore, 
Moore, 
Moore. 
Moore. 
Moore. 
Moose. 



i1. 



Buckner Stuart ... 

Donnally Hamilton, Jr. 

Dorothea Francine . . . 

George Albert .... 

George Lyie 

Nancy Lee 

Norval Thomas 

Reva Marie . , 
Morrison, Jimmie Beth 

Morrison, Margaret 

Morrison, Marjorle 

Mortar Board 

Mount. Martha Jane 

Mountain 

Mountaineer Week Team 
Mour3. George Kish . 
Moyer, William Adair . 

Muffly, Paul F 

Mutfly. Robert Edwin 

Muldoon, Martha Jane , . . 49 
Mulholland, Mary Eleanor . . . 

Mullen. Ann Adair 

Mullens, Henry Scott 

Murray, Georganne 36 

Myles, George Anderson 



, 39, 203 

37. 123 

55. 173. 70 

MS 

45 177 

43. 199 

64 

21 

, 29 

46. 124 

. 52 

56. 209 

54 

64 

149 

59. 207. 133 

40. 217. 107 

43. 209 

50. 181, 94 

21 

57, 146 
.64. 171 

... 44. 96 

38, 171, 101 

42. 211 

56 

211. 144 
38. 173. 124 
44. 177, 96 
35, 177 
213, 106. 146 

31 

, 54. 187 

55. 207 
46. 195 

64 

22. 211 

66 

56, 209 
104 

64. 217 
100 



57. 



209. 
■ 39. 



, 101 
64 
44. 197 
47. 171 
171. 94 
81. 105, 144 
209. 95. 124 
.57. 217 
... 21 
217, 89. 124 
36 



Mac-Mc 

MacDonald, Christina 25 

MacFarland, Robert . . 64. 187 

McAbee, Elise .... .33 

McAlister, Anderson O. 30 

McAndrew, Michael John. Jr. 46. 193 

McCann, Bettie Winifred . , 37. 133 

McCarty, Clyde Winficid 35. 142 

McClaugherty, James Milton 40, 187 

McClung. A. Colin 66, 19b 

McClung. Francis Hill .31 

McClung. James Clayton ^2 

McCue, John Duncan . - 27. 181 

McClure, George J 35. 179 

McCorkle. Samuel Comstock 64, 187 

McCoy. John Robert , ,62 

McCoy, Watson Arch , 42, 181 

McCoy, William Wayne 57. 195 

McCraw, John A. . . .62, 177, 94 

McCune, Virginia Rae 39. 209 

McCune, William Richard 52. 195 

McDadc, Raymond 64, 179. 70 

McDowell. Elizabeth L 52 

McElwee. Richard Howard 44. 173 

McFarland. Thomas 39, 187 

McGhee, Oliver Claude 33 

McGraw, Helen Luclla 66 

McHale, Mark Andrew 28 

McKinley, Louis Bennett 62, 181 

McLaughlin, James 5. ... 57, 193 

McMillen, Christine 23, 104, 144 



McNemar, William Vernon 62, 195, 70 

McNeill, Steve 54, 181 

McPherson. William E 27. 173. 70, 140 

McWhorter, Charles Kinsley 54, 193 



N 

Nach. Dorothy R. . . . 
Narick. Steven Douglas . . 

Nash. Herman T 

Neal, Virginia Mae 

Nelghborgall, Betty Jayne . . 
Nelms. James Morgan . . . 
Nelson, Edward Mo.nroe. Jr. 
Nelson, Martha Louise . . . . 
Nelson, Robert William . 
Newman, Charles Her ry 
Nlcastro, Samuel T. . . , 
Nichols. Helen Eloise , . . 
Nichols, John Marshall . . 
Nickell, Don Jarrett . , . 

Nicorvo, Chris C 

Noel. Nancy Lee 

Norton, Robert W. . 
Nunley, James A. 
Nutter, Benjamin Lee 
Nutter, William Trever . 
Nye, William Harold . . . 



O'Bryan, Voy Travis 
O'Farrell, Cornelius O'Nell 



50, 219 

49, 173 

49, 177 

. 21 

.43, 209 

. . 53, 173 

. . 54. 131 

. . 38, 217 

179 

35 

58 

26, 207. 98 

49, 71 

187 

25 

43, 213 

52, 173 

52. 193 

. 42 

.21, 181 

21 



Ollvito, 
O'Neal 
O'Nell, 
Orders. 
Orell 



Dominick . . 
L. Burke . . 
Evelyn Mae 
Kermit Reed 
M. Edward 



53. 



Orahood. Marvin David 

Orchesls 

Orton, Gardner Chapman 

Orton, Katherlne Rutledge 

Orton, Patricia Chapman 

Orr. Frank Griswold 64. 

Osborne, Agnes Mae 

Ostrye, Lawrence H. . 

Ott. Marjorle Jean . ... 



21. 
46. 
56. 
177. 
66. 



51, 

35, 

58 

179, 

53, 

50, 



35 
171 

49 
187 
205 
187 

70 
187 
137 
177 
217 
211 

70 
211 
173 

60 



Painter, Eleanor Louise 38 

Painter, James Pershing 33, 140 

Pappas, Jordan Cyrille 50 

Parsons, Eloise Freda 57 

Parsons. Harry Howard 36, 175 

Parsons, Winona June .59, 207 

Patrick. Betty ... 64. 217 

Patterson, Analee f. 42 

Patterson. Donovan Ross 35, 187 

Payne. Richard Jeffers 22, 175 

Pearcy, Rose Ann 146 

Peel, Kathleen Rita ... 28. 217 

Peck, Frank McDonald . . 44, 173 

Peck. Robert DeWItt ... 22. 193 

Perry. John 66. 187 

Peters, Dolores Lee . 49 

Peters, Jo Ann 50. 207 

Peters. Kenneth John 66. 175 

Peterson, Guy Harry. Jr 44. 183, 93 

Pearc/. Rose Ann 44, 217, 133 

Peyton. Mary Webb 37 

Pfost, Francis Miller 53, 177. 71 

Pfost, John Justus 66, 173 

Pharr, Richard Ruddle 28, 197. 93, 95, 101 

Phi Chi 138 

Phillips, Howard Troy. Jr 35. 171 

Phillips, Marjorle Norene 60, 207 

Phillips, William Allan 62, 171 

Phi Upsilon Omicron 139 

Pickens, Geraldine 42 

Pickens. Waneta Joyce 22 

Pierce, Robert Browning 27. 181 

Pierson. Robert Clarence, Jr 66, 197 

PInkney, Ellwood Earl 64 

PInnock. Thomas George 32. 175 

PItrola. James Lewis 41 

Plues. June Lee 49. 217. 81. 105 



Plummer. Lola Davis 

Pockstaller, Kathleene M 

Poindexter, James Murphy ... 41. 

Point. Walter Warren. III. 36, 175. 100. 102. 

Poland, Maxine Vivian 

Polley, Mary Belle 

Pollock. Helen Susanna 

Pool. Bettie Blaine 

Post. Flora Lee . . 
Post, Henry Arie . . 
Post. Mary Virginia . . 
Post. Orian Austin . . 
Post. Warren George . . 

Poultry Club 

Powell. Raetta Joyce 

Powell. William. Jr 

Prager, Conrad Raymond 

Preece. Betty Jane. 40. 215, 95, 104, 133, 

Printz, Charles Francis 21. 

Pritchard. Mary Catherine 
Pugh. George Freeland 

Pugh. Nancy Ann 40. 

Pugh. Susan Jean 

Pyle, Joan 50. 207, 



Quillen. Max Lee 



, , 21 
. . 64 
193. 142 
123. 140 
40. 139 

59. 211 
. . 31 
29. 213 
58. 133 
53. 199 
42. 133 

. 41 

60. 70 

147 

64 

50. 187 

31. 140 

139. 146 

187. 124 

45. 213 

69. 175 

213. 81 

60. 207 
, 87, 97 



Raese, Donald Walter 
Rader. William Edwin 
Randal. Keitha Anne 
Ramsey. Emory Fred 
Randolph. Brady F., Jr. 



43. 173 
.32. 29 
. . .30 

38. 123 

Ranson. William Francis 59. 195 

Rawe, Robert George 58. 187 

Reader, Arthur Jay 45. 185 

Reading. Charles William 49. 175, 70 

Reaves. John Harold ... 45 



140. 141. 
45. 217 
50. 203, 



Rector, Robert Ray 

Reed. Henry Elton 37. 

Reich. Frances Virginia 

Reid. Margaret Louise 

Relley. Earl W.. Jr. . . . . . 

Reiley, Julia Anne . . . . . . 

Reynolds. Charles Norman 51 

Reynolds. Phyllis D 

Rexroad, George Irvin . . ... 64 

Rhodes. Emma Jane . . . . 

Rhodes. William Erasmus 46. 

Rhododendron 

Rice, Eugene W 39, 

Rice, George Bowers 25, 

Rice, Marguerite ... ... 

Rich. James B - 42. 

Rich. Sylvester, II ... ,66. 

Richard. Robert Earl , . .66. 

Richmond. Anita Shirley . . 57. 

RIchter. Dale Jean . . . 

Ridenour, Ruth Marie , 33. 133. 

Ridgeway. John Joseph ... ... 

RIemann. Phyllis Ann 60, 



32 

142 

98 

95 
171 

64 
181 

50 
187 

27 
179 
105 
175 
189 

58 
195 
171 
181 
219 

60 
139 

30 
211 



RIttee, Rita Peck 46. 211 



Rivera. Mario 

Robbins, Jane 

Roberts. Elizabeth Ann 
Roberts. George L., Jr. 

Roberts, Joe W 

Roberts. John V. , 
Roberts. Sarah Elizabeth 
Robertson. Marlon , . . 



42. 
203. 



51. 



47 

146 
146 
173 
171 
70 



207. 
133, 

62, 

53, 

175, 

52, 207 
207, 133 



Robison. Geraldine 66 

Robinson. Gruine 64 

Robinson. Harold * 53, 177 

Robinson, Louise Amelia . . . ! 58. 209 

Robinson, Nathan Lamar 53. 179 

Robison. Thomas Snider 66. 181 

Robison. William H 175 

Roby. Gertrude Cochran , ,66. 205 

Rodgers. Elrie Parker, Jr. 33. 123 

Rodgers. Robert Wayne 64, 171 

Rogers. Helen Virginia 40 

Rogers, Norval Eugene 66, 187 

Rohr. Joseph Paul . 43 

Roland, Maxine Vivian . 133 



NEW AND USED TEXTBOOKS 

STUDENT SUPPLIES 

STATIONERY 



Typing and Mimeograph Papers 

Sunli+e Bond (The Authorized Thesis Paper) 

Modern Mimeograph 

Copco Mimeograph 

Granatone Mimeograph 



W. V. U. BOOK STORE 



Law Building 



Campus 



Used In W.V U. 
Creamery 



CHERRY-BURRELL 
CORPORATION 

PITTSBURGH, PENNA. 

Complete Equipment for Handling Milk and Its 
Products 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



A FRIEND 



FUEL 
CITY METAL WORKS 

Incorporated 
CLARKSBURG, WEST VA. 

Designs and Installations, Sheet Metal, Air 

Conditioning. Heating, Ventilating, Dust 

Collection 



FOR FINER JEWELRY 

ROBERT A. YAGLE 

Metropolitan Theatre Building 
MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 



INDEX 



Rolland. Betty J. . . 55, 207 

Rollyson, Robert E. 54 

Romiq Richard Emerson . , 32, 173 

Romine, Elisabeth Stuart 26, 213 

Romine, John R. . . 56, 193 

Roomy, Jack Elvin 62, 171 

Rose, Aaron ... 21, 191 

Rose, June ... 207 

Roth, Lester Hugh 43, 191 

Rothwell, Herbert H 49, 171 

Rubenstein, Shirley Eloise 24, 124 

Rude Betty Jane 64 

Rueckl John Karl 49. 175 

Ruhl, William Harvey 64, 193 

Rukse, Joseph Martin 60 

Russell, Betty Lee 44 

Russell, Nancy Louise 55, 211 

Rust, Janet Lynne 64 

Rutecki, Genevieve C 56 

Rymer, Ralph Mohney 66, 181 



Samples, Jack Hamilton 181, 70 

Samuels, James Milton 46 

Samuels, Joseph Paul 47 

Sanchez, Hitarion Larry 32, 173 

Sanders, Allen B 37, 187 

Sargeant, Barbara 64 

Saville, Daphne L 54 

Sax, Daniel Sam 62, 191 

Saxe Jerome Edward . . 42, 173 

Scabbard and Blade .140 

Scarlett, John Franklin . 23, 175 

Schafer, Roy Alvln . 64, 179 

Schafer, Sam Edward 46, 183, 101 

Schenck, Emma Birdelle 48 

Schindler, Charles Andrew, III . 38, 199, 141 

Schofield, Cornelia 64, 211 

Schubert, Gilbert H 41 

Schubert, Oscar Edmund 41 

Schuchat, Theador Louis — 

Schultz, Frances Lorrain 45, 209 

Schumann, Morton D 64, 191 

Schwartz, Joseph 1 30, 185 

Scott, Janet A. 51 

Scott, John Raymond 53, 70 

Scott John Smith 49, 171 

Scott, Kathleen Marie 45, 205 

Scott Nancy Jane 50, 209 

Seabright, Nada May 66, 207 

Seacrist, Ronald Preston 46 

Seixas, Donald 45, 185 

Selby, Martha Gene 50 

Seligman, Ethel Ruth ... 54 

Serqent Ralph E. 58 

Schatter, Charles Gilbert 33 

Shaffer, Florence Jane 39, 211 

Shaffer, Howard Delbert 59, 175 

Shaffer, Margaret Eleanor 50, 211 

Shahan, Rosemary 64 

Shale, Elaine Henry . 27, 139 

Shanabarger, Betty Ellen 62, 203 

Shanholtz, Wilma Jean .32 

Shannon Marion LaRue 47, 211, 105, 146 

Sharkey, Mike Alex 56, 177 

Sharpless, Dorothy Virginia ... 49, 211 

Sharps, Robert Edward 48, 193, 141, 142 

Sharpenberg, Warren D 51, 171 

Sheets, Helen W 21 

Shefsiek, Joseph Heide 44, 187 

Shepherd, John A 39, 131 

Shifman, Paul 53, 191 

Shingleton, J. Robert 30, 171, 140 

Shingleton, William Earl 64, 171 

Shirey, Robert Hugh 22 

Shirley, Sydney Magill 62 

Shively, M. Irene 66 

Shrewsbury, Trixie Lee 43, 203 

Shumate, Harvey Milton 31 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon 141 

Siegrist, Edgar C. , 187, 100, 101 

Siegrist, Glenn Frederick 47, 187 

Siems, George H.. Jr 34, 193 

Simmons, Leslie Dale 49, 175 

Simon Mitchell 26 

Sinclair, Mary Ellen 56 

Singleton, George W 55, 193 

Singleton, Julius Walton, Jr. . . 41, )93, 100, 140 

Sinnett, James Monroe 55, 175, 70 

Sinsel, Paul Wailesell 62, 70 

Sisk, Hillis Hudson 26, 141 

Sites, William Kilmer 40, 175 

Skagqs, Virginia Aloise 50, 207 

Slaughter, Carl Ellsworth 43 

Sloan, Sylvia Ruth 64 

Smith, Clement Carroll 54, 187. 141 

Smith. Dora Lee 47 

Smith. Edmund Carlyle 33 

Smith, Edward 70, 94, 101 

Smith, Florence Marshall 55, 207 

Smith, Frederick Holmes 48 183 94 

Smith, Jean Forbes 28 209, 139 

Smith, Jean Marie , , . . . . 32 209 

Smith, Peggy 57, 209, 95, 106, 146 

Smith, Robert C 62, 181 

Smith, Thomas S 56, 173 

Smith, Virginia Marie 34, 211 

Smolder, Regina Belle 60, 205 

Snider, John Lynn 28, 187 

Snider, Thelma Rose — 

Snider Virginia Lee 60 215 

Snoderly, Gretchen 25. 213 



Snoderly, Huldah 56 213 146 

Sommerville, Robert L 54, 193, 123 

Spangler, Eleanor June 60, 211 

Spangler, John Allen 21 

Spangler, Richard Conrad 171 

Sparling, Harold D 58, 195 

Spelsberg, Luella Jeanne 42, 213 

Sphinx 102 

Spiker, Alice Louise 62 211 

Spiker, Robert Claude 37, 195, 95, 140 

Spindler, Florence Jane 64 

Springer, John Adam; 28, 183, 102 

Springer, Mary Patricia 51 215 93 

Spotts, Clara Elizabeth 44 203 

Stabb, Shirley Swift . . 29, 211 

Stacks, Margaret ... 24 

Stafford, Charles Lee 62 171 

Stafford, Harriett Sue 29, 211, 81 88 

Stalnaker, Ruffner 64, 187 

Stanley, George Morris 46 

Stanley, Thomas Edward 60, 187 

Stansbury, Edward Charles 64 171 

Stansbury, Fred 53, 171 

Stansbury, Patricia Anne 64 

Stathers, William G., Jr 51, 193 

Staubly, Jane Isabel 47, 205, 95 

St, Clair, Eugene Parker 66 181 

Steed, William Hugh 40, 179 

Steele, Robert C 44, 183 

Stein, Shirley 37 219 146 

Steinlce, C. Elizabeth 53 

Stemple, Charles William 28 

Stenger, John Eldon . . 48, 187 

Stephens, Richard Samuel 66, 193 

Stewart, Eleanor Anne 25, 213, 92 

Stewart, Howard Cole 54, 173, 94 

Stewart, Martha Harriet 50, 213, 146 

Stewart, Russell Morgan 62, 179 

Stoblnsky, Helen Ann 62 

Stockman, Edward Paul 62 189' 

Stoolfire, Arthur W. . 52 

Stone, John William 44 175 

Storck, Eugene T. . 52 171 

Storck, Paul F 40 171 140 

Stotler, Frances L. . . 22, 217, 98 

Stout, Charles O. 53 193 

Stout, Virginia Catherine .... 59, 211, 106, 146 

Straton, John William 56 193 

Strench, Donald D 47, 179 

Stickel, John Frederick, Jr 44, 187 

Strickling, Jeanne Clarice 56, 207 

Strouse, George A 40 

Stuart, Ray Knowlton 41, 193 

Stump, Hazel Elizabeth 43, 211, 105, 107 

Stump, Leia Virginia 60 211 

Stumpp, Harold M 51, 193 

Sturtevant, Nancy Jane 43, 213, 146 

Summers, Annabelle 60, 207 

Summers, Elma Buzzard 27 139 

Sutherland, Maxwell Edward 26, 142 

Swiger, Maxine May 44, 211 

Swisher, Randolph Edward 24 

Sycafoose, Richard W 36, 189 



Tabor, Anita M 50 207 

Tabor, Richard Hugh 47,' 171 

Tabscott, William Lewis Jr 50 171 

Tau Beta Pi ' M2 

Taylor, Charles B 46. 179 

Thrasher, Henry Allen 54 

TarsitanI, Katherine G. 44 

Thaw, Robert Harper 48, 193 

Taylor, Herbert Roy 66, 187 

Taylor, John Underwood . 66, 195 

Temeles, Roy S .185 

Thies, May Louise .... . . 60 

Thomas, Doris Elaine . . 24 

Thomas, Frederick Lionel . . 64 187, 70 

Thompson, Archie C. 43, 195, 70, 95 

Thompson, Carl Winston 64, 187 

Thompson, Helen Louise 59, 211, 146 

Thompson, James Alpha 60, 187 

Thompson, Mary Jo -62 

Thompson, Stephen Blackmore 52, 171 

Thorne, L. Wayne 48 

Thrasher, Henry A 193 

Throp, Mary Caroline 52, 213 

Timbers, Edwin 50, 193 

Tissue, Dona Jean 66 203 

Tolliver, Janet 30' 207 

Tonry, Robert C. 66 173 

Toothman, Bettie Lorraine .... 52, 207, 133', 146 

Traubert, Paul Raymond 44, 175 

Trembly, Gray Crane 31, 142 

Tuchman, Marvin S. 53 185 

Tucker, Eldon Bryant, Jr. . 36, 123 

Tucker, John Wotring 54 

Tuckwiller, Don Watts 49, 173, 94 

Turner, Jack Thorne . . 57, 187 

Turner, John William 40 

Turner, Mary Evelyn 60, 207 



Vickers, Geraldine 
Volker, John Francis 
Voress, Hugh Ellison 



133 

30 199 
62, 197 



w 



u 



University Four-H Club 



VanGilder, Dorothy Louise 
VanGilder, Mary Kathryn 
Vannoy, Tarn Park .... 



143 



44 
59 
54 



Waddell, Edward Lee, Jr 26 140 142 

Wade, Betty Jane 48 

Wade, John Banford 54, 171 

Wagener. Harvey Lawrence 40 

Wagner, Chris Artis — 

Wagner, Lawrence Frederick 66 

Wagner, William L 66, 187 

Wagoner, Charles H .66 

Walker, Barbara G 25. 133 146 

Walker. James Edward 24 

Walker. Kendall Leon 62. 175 

Wallace, Ralph Raymond. Jr 56, 171 

Waller. Samuel Tilden 35 

Walsh, Dorothy Milton 44, 209 

Walthall, Joe E .45, |7I 

Walkup, Virginia R 38 205, 95, 133, 139 

Walton, Elizabeth 54 

Ward, Elinor Mae 66 

Ward, Flavlus Davlsson 57, 181 

Ward, Jean Elinor 54, 133 

Warner, Evelyn Marx 62 203 

Wash, Thomas, Jr 64, 193 

Waters, James Lee ... . .39, 140 

Watson, J. June 35, 213 104, 107, 146 

Watson John Richard 47 193 

Watson, Robert Lyie 49. 179 

Watt, Frances Eileen 45 209 133 

Watts Ruth Fontaine 47 205 

Wayt, William Allen 44 

Weaver, Betty Anne 60, 213 

Weaver, Bill Anderson 66, 173 

Weaver, Katy Lou 25, 213 

Weaver Stella Alice 46, 133 

Weekly, Ralph Kenneth 42, 181 

Wehner, Charles V. . 47 195, 70 

Welch Charles Darrell . 23 

Welch, Martha Elma . . 23, 133 

Wells, Virginia Marie 31 

West, Helen .40 

Wheat, Mary Eleanor .... 26, 207, 95, 104, 146 

Wheeler, Druid Emmett 64, 171 

White, J. B 40, 179, 94 

White, Jane Clark 48. 217. 81 

White, Fred Renner 48, 183 

White, Marjorie Ann 217 

White Mary Sue 49, 209, 133, 146 

White, Richard 21 

White, Robert L 66, 177 

White, Thomas Arthur 173 

Whltworth, David Gregg 41 

Wigner, Gates Eckward 36 

Wlldman, Robert Lake 54, 193 

Wildman, Virginia Lee 36 

Wilhelm, Carl Anthony 49, 140 

Williams, Barbara Anne 60, 211 

Williams, Eugene I. 66, 181 

Williams Grace Olive 41 

Williams, Jesse D., Jr 47, 183 

Williams Merle Evelyn .62 

Williams Nancy Alice 24. 133, 146 

Williams, Phil Holland 34 

Williams, William Tilden 64, 187 

Wilson Charles Henry 47 

Wilson Charles Jr 23 

Wilson, Helen Marie 60. 211 

Wilson. Margery Jean 35 

Winfrey. William Sunday 32 

Winter. Herman F.. Jr 55. 173 

Winter. John Lawrence 48 

WIntz. Ruth Marjorie . • 46, 207 

Wise Marjorie Eileen 51, 215 

Wise, Mary Porter 43 

Wiswell, Stephen Arthur — 

WIthrow Harold E 39, 177 

Wolfe Mary Elizabeth 39, 133 

Wolpert, Melvln 64, 191 

Women's Glee Club ... 132 

Woman's Recreation Association 144 

Wood, Harriet Lyda ... .42, 213 

Wood, Rosemary .... 28, 203, 95, 133, 139, 144 

Woodyard, Lois 64, 213 

Wright, Cecil . ._ 53 

Wright, James Francis 23 

Wright, Lucille Eugenia 39, 213 

Wright, Patrick A 49, 193 

Wyant Woodrow W 36, 101 

Wyatt' Olga Mae 47, 207, 146 

Wyckoff William Manley 66, 171 

Wynn, Douglas William . , 35, 179 

Wysong, Robert Gerald 62 



Yeager, Charles 44 

Y. M. C. A 145 

Yoho, David Earl 27, 179 

Yoke, Frank R,, Jr ' 58, 187, 95 

Yost, Charles Peter 47, 177 

Young, Doris Claire 66, 211 

Young Kathleen 24 

Y. 'A'. C. A 146 



Zakutansky, Ethel 46, 133 

Zaiezalo, William Michael 25, 199 

Ziegler. Elder David 66. 193 



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Telephones: 4428. 4429 



1 46- 1 52 High St. 



'The Store That Invites 
Comparison" 




■COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS' 
Morgantown, W. Va. 



EDDIE DOOMS 



'The Hamburger King" 



ACROSS FROM THE JUNIOR HIGH 



32 I Spruce Street 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



A FRIEND 



IT'S THE 



QUALITY MEN'S SHOP 



For the Well Dressed Man 



BEST BRANDS 
POPULAR PRICES 



Just 10 Steps from the "Met " 361 High St. 



CHANCERY 
ROW PRINTING HOUSE 

Complete Printing 
Service 

PAPER RULING A SPECIALTY 

Breaklron Bros. Telephone 3144 



ELECTRICAL 
EQUIPMENT COMPANY 



''Everything Electrical' 



WHITE BLDG. 



493 HIGH ST. 



SANDERS & MILLER 



Incorporated 



INSURANCE AND REAL 
ESTATE 



Home Specialists and General Insurance, 
Including AeronauHcs 



Dial 631 I 



204 High Street 



Morgantown, W. Va. 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



MONTGOMERY WARD 
COMPANY 



JO'S BEAUTY SALON 

OPPOSITE THE COURT 
HOUSE SQUARE 



256 High St. 



Phone 9324 



VIRGINIA 
LAUNDRY COMPANY 

SAM BINNIX, Manager 

Dial 4393 

REEDY MILLER 
Student Agent 

We Soft Water Wash By the Pernnutit Way 

1 70 Chestnut Street Morgantown. W. Va. 



There is Always a Good Show at 

Morgantown's Largest 

Theatre 

THE 

WARNER 



MURPHY'S 



THE BIG 5 & lOc STORE 



OVER 20,000 ITEMS 
WE HAVE WHAl YOU WANT 



We Will Get It for You or It Can't 
Be Had 



Compliments 
of 

MURPHY 

CONSTRUCTION 

COMPANY 



General Contractors 



MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 



BEST REGARDS 

FROM 

A FRIEND 



THE SPOT • RESTAURANT 



BOWLING AND BILLIARD PARLOR 



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STUDENTS' RECREATION 
CENTER 



Since 1934 



454-456 High St. 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

DOUGAN. BRETZ & CALDWELL 

Room 612, Monongahela Buildin'^ 
MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 



Our Sincere Wishes for Your hiapplness and 
Tranquility with Cherished Memories of 

W. V. u. 

CHICO ICE CREAM & MILK 
COMPANY 

"The Home of Good Dairy Products" 
331 Beechurst Ave. Dial 4323 



LAIDLEY AND 
SHELBY 

QUALITY PRODUCTS 

THAT MEET 
PRICE COMPETITION 

L. C. Smith Office Typewriters 

Corona Portable Typewriters 

Mimeograph Brand Products 

Victor Adding Machines 

Marchant Calculating Machines 

Parker and Sheaffer Fountain Pens 

National Accounting Forms and Equipment 

Art Metal Office Furniture 

Gunn Office Desks 

B. L. Marble and Harter Chairs 



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The Only Real 

Security Is a 

Home of Your 

Own! 



STOCKS deprecfate. BONDS may be defaulted, inflation may come — but so long as a home stands it Is shelter, it is 
security, it is stability for a man and his family — Prices are now very low — Loans are easily secured — Therefore, this is 
a GOOD time to build. 

We invite you to visit our plant. Inspect our stocic and compare our prices as it is very important that you see the 
material that is to be used in your home before you purchase same. 

We carry a large and complete stock of Lumber and Building Supplies and can manufacture your interior trim and 
miltworlc to suit your individual taste at no extra cost. 

GENERAL WOODWORKING COMPANY 

"A Reliable Place to Buy Economically" 



MORE THAN A POPULAR MEN'S STORE 
AN INSTITUTION AT WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY 

HARRY GOLDSMITH 

CLOTHIER AND HABADASHER 



Varsity-Town and Don-Richards Suits, Coats and Slax 
Exclusively 




HARRY HAS 'EM 



Morgan Theatre BIdg. 



Morgantown, W. Va. 



BEST REGARDS 

FROM 

A FRIEND 







QUALITY 








FLOWERS 






FOR 


ALL OCCASIONS 

"The Store That Service Built" 




Th 


e C i f y ' s L 


eading Florist for a Quarter of a Centu 
THE STUDENTS' FAVORITE 

* 


ry 


SERVICE 






PRICE 



OUR 28TH YEAR 



Serving the Students 
and Faculty With 



MASTER CLEANING 



Main Office 



473 High Street 



Phone 4-1-2-3 



OUR RED TRUCKS WILL CALL 



BEST REGARDS 

FROM 

A FRIEND 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



THE RENDEZVOUS 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



LOVING FURNITURE CO. 

MORGANTOWN, W. VA. 



BEST REGARDS 
FROM 



A FRIEND 



BEST OF LUCK SENIORS 



AND DON'T FORGET 




»y\t »A/au^ainT 



'Where Dad Took His Girl 



COMPLIMENTS 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK 



MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 



The Torch of FrccMloin 



I his is a great land. It is a land of opportunity, land of wealth, 
a land of liberty-loving people, a land now apparently destined to play 
an unprecedented role In shaping the future of the world. 

To all of us, one of the most inspiring things which publicly sym- 
bolizes these blessings is the Statue of Liberty. The flaming torch, un- 
dimmed by time, will keep burning through this crisis, because we will 
not let it be snuffed out. 

In every institution of learning, in every factory, place of business, 
home, farm, in the far places, the strength of the nation's millions Is 
massed for victory, to the end that the torch of freedom of thought, 
of action, and of belief shall never be extinguished. Working together, 
only success can crown our common effort. 



Mgnoni^ahela system 

General Offices, Fairmont, W. Va. 




SAFE SANITARY 
DAIRY PRODUCTS 



SANITARY MILK & 
ICE CREAM CO. 



MORGANTOWN, W. VA. 



PEERLESS 


LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING 


Two Deluxe Services 


DRY CLEANING AND 


LAUNDRY 


DUPONT TRICLENE USED EXCLUSIVELY 


Dial 4441 



BEST REGARDS 

FROM 

A FRIEND 



WEST VIRGINIA TRANSPORTATION COMPANY 

(Subsidiary of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company) 



EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1942 




Through Bus Service to Grafton, Clarksburg, 
Parkersburg, Weston, Sutton, Clendenin and 
Charleston, with connections at Charleston for 
all points south. 

Connections at Grafton with Baltimore and 
Ohio trains for all points east and west. 



Chaffered Buses Furnished for All Occasions 
at Low Rates 

Our New Terminal is located at 445 htigh 
Street, two blocks from the University Campus. 

For information and fares — telephone Morgan- 
town 5915. 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

CITIZENS INDUSTRIAL 
LOAN COMPANY 

MORGANTOWN, W. VA. 



OFFICE SUPPLIES 

TAYLOR'S 

OFFICE MACHINES 



3 79 HIGH STREET 
MORGANTOWN, W. VA. 



Dial 5924 



Plant: Moreland St. 




DRINK 



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TRADE -MARK 



231 Pleasants St. 



Morgantown, W. Va. 



The tremendous sale of every Penn-Wa product is sure proof of Penn-Wa quality. Products so 

universally known and used nnust be good. 

PENNSYLVANIA 
AND WEST VIRGINIA SUPPLY CORPORATION 

WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA 

Warehouses at Trldelphia and Morgantown, W. Va. 

WHOLESALE 



HARDWARE 



MINE 
SUPPLIES 



INDUSTRIAL 



"Sign of Quality" 

CHEVEY'S 



495 High Street 




CORRECT MEN'S WEAR 



ConQratulations . . 



Class of ''42 



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THE HOME OF PERFECTION 
BLUE-WHITE DIAMONDS 



ROGERS JEWELRY 
COMPANY 



322 High Street 



Morgantown, W. Va. 



PRINTING 

AND OFFICE SUPPLIES 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

TYPEWRITERS 



L D. McFARLAND & CO. 

49! High Street 



BEST REGARDS 

FROM 

A FRIEND 



SAND 



GRAVEL 



CEMENT 



McCLAIN SAND CO. 

Incorporated 



READY AND TRANSIT MIXED 
CONCRETE 



MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 



VIRGINIAN 
ELECTRIC CO. 



CHARLESTON, W. VA. 



WITH 



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OF A FRIEND 




Eyes and Efficiency .... 

America is at War. The fate of our country, perhaps of 
the whole civilized world, may depend upon the ability of 
Americans to produce a vast amount of material in a short 
time. Everyone of us is a soldier on this production front. 
It IS of vital importance that we soldiers in the homes and In 
the plants maintain good health in general, good eyesight In 
particular; and good lighting is a prerequisite to both. 

"Better Light" means more than "Better Sight" today. 
It means a healthier, stronger nation; faster, more efficient 
production and less waste in our industrial plants; fewer 
costly accidents. 

"Better Sight" through "Better Light" may mean another 
thing we hold most dear— VICTORY. 



APPALACHIAN ELECTRIC 
POWER CO. 



TO THE NEW 

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE 

HENRY HASLEBACHER 

GENERAL 
CONTRACTOR 

<s=anc==o 
CLARKSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA 



HOTEL MORGAN 

MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 
Morgantown's Only Modern Fireproof Hotel 

200 ROOMS 

TUB AND SHOWER 
HEADQUARTERS FOR WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY ALUMNI 

Lions • Kiwanis • Rotary • Quoto Clubs 
Rates $2.00 and Up Jos. Evans, Manager 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE GRADUATING CLASS 
WE WISH YOU CONTINUED SUCCESS 



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MAY WE CONTINUE TO SERVE YOU BY MAIL 

THE BOOK EXCHANGE 



152 Willey Street 



Morgantown 



BAKER & COOMBS, INC 

MORGANTOWN, W. VA. 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
FOR 

THE MINERAL INDUSTRIES BUILDING 

AND 

THE NEW WOMEN'S DORMITORY 



PHOTOCRAFTERS 

MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 



College Annual 
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